Spain Cooking Class: Gambas Pil Pil as a Tapas Dish

February 26, 2013  |  By Liz SanFilippo
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Spain Cooking Class: Gambas Pil Pil as a Tapas Dish

Tapas restaurants and bars abound in Spain, and the small bites of food are the perfect way to discover a lot of delicious traditional foods. The "snacks" got their start as a small dish that could be fit on the top of a wine glass.

Today, tapas are often small in size, but you'll rarely find them atop your wine! As you can discover in a Spain cooking class, tapas are served in all shapes and sizes, and are often wonderful for sharing.

One popular bite-sized dish is gambas pil pil, or prawns pil pil style, a dish that is best served sizzling. This dish is an easy one too, as it simply involves cooking the shrimp/prawns in olive oil, along with a bit of chili and a lot of garlic, for just a few minutes.

Cooking and serving this tapas dish in a ramekin will be like taking a culinary trip to Spain! Your kitchen will smell wonderful, and your tastebuds will be delighted.

Learn more about gambas pil pil and other traditional tapas dishes in a Spain cooking class in Andalusia or perhaps even a cooking vacation, such as "Secrets of the Mediterranean" with Chef Sergio. Our "Walking Foodie Tour and Private Class" in Barcelona is also another opportunity to visit a top counter restaurant, where lots of tapas with wine are served.

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