Olive oil ice-cream with Pedro Ximénez cake | “Olive oil is the hero of this dessert so make sure you use a really good quality oil in the ice-cream and the sherry cake – preferably Spanish. And don’t be put off by all the elements in this recipe – most of them can be done ahead of time, so all you have to do when it comes time to serve is to plate up.” Shane Delia, Shane Delia’s Moorish Spice Journey
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Cinnamon sugar churros with a bitter sweet chocolate sauce
Cinnamon sugar churros with a bitter sweet chocolate sauce from the food dept. (recipe by Sally Courtney, photography by Petrina Tinslay, styling by David Morgan and art direction by Anne Marie Cummins).
Creamy Fruit Medley Recipe -Last but not least, Yvonne tosses together an effortless sweet treat to cap off the meal. "I received the recipe for <B>Creamy Fruit Medley</B> from a friend of my mother's years ago," she recalls. "I always have the ingredients on hand in case I need a quick dessert. "Any flavor of gelatin works well, and sometimes I spoon it into individual parfait glasses instead of serving it in one big bowl," Yvonne suggests. "Everyone enjoys it."
Spanish potato salad with grilled octopus | “Kiwifruit contains a natural enzyme that helps tenderise the octopus, so no cement mixers required here. With such simple ingredients, it’s important to use good quality Spanish sherry vinegar and olive oil because the warm potatoes will suck up all the flavours of the dressing.” Shane Delia, Shane Delia’s Moorish Spice Journey
Tortilla can be served as a main course or, because it is good served cold, it makes excellent picnic food cut into wedges and wrapped in clingfilm. In Spain they serve it as tapas, cut into small cubes and speared with cocktail sticks - lovely with chill