TAPAS II: SERRANO HAM

A few weeks ago we show you three tapas of serrano ham, now you can have three more and an extra that we haven’t try yet.

IMG_0555QUAIL EGGS + MERKEN +SERRANO HAM

You can have this in any kind of bread. In this case we have pita bread. First you need to toast the bread and fried the quail eggs. The add the eggs to the bread and the slices of serrano ham. At last add merkén, paprika or any spices you want. Try the spicy ones.

BRUSCHETTA HUEVO CODORNIZ + MERKEN + JAMON SERRANO

Por lo general las bruschettas son con baguette, pero el dia que cocinamos teníamos solo pan pita. Primero que todo hay que tostar el pan y freír los huevos. Después agregar el jamón serrano y un poco de merkén.

 

 

IMG_0561BREAD + TOMATO + SERRANO HAM

Just cut the tomatos in little cubes and add olive oil. In some spanish restaurants they add garlic and it taste very good. Use a little amount of serrano ham and  combine with bread. Of this occasion we used a bread with black olives. Amazing combination.

PAN + TOMATE + JAMON SERRANO

Pan tomaca es el nombre tipico de este plato. Se puede aliñar el tomate con un poco de ajo. Todo el estilo español.

 

IMG_0545ASPARAGUS + SERRANO HAM

Some few post ago, M.Jesus taught us how grill asparagus with serrano ham. This is pretty much the same, but without cooking them first. So you have your raw asparagus and then you cover them with serrano ham and add some olive or truffle oil and then take them to the oven for 10 minutes.

ESPARRAGOS + JAMON SERRANO

Luego de pelar los esparragos y sin cocerlos, se envuelven en jamón serrano y se llevan al horno por 10 minutos. Un buen concejo, es que si los van a servir como aperitivo, cortenlos y envuelvan la punta con el jamón para así poder agarrarlos y comer los dos ingredientes juntos.

 

 

UNTRIED RECIPE

Fill some dates with blue cheese and wrap them with serrano ham. Use some olive ad truffle oils and take them to the oven for 15 minutes. If you like red wine, try this with some Malbec

RECETA SIN PROBAR

Llenar dátiles con queso azul y envolverlos con jamón serrano. Agregar un poco de aceite de oliva y de trufa y llevarlos al horno por 15 minutos. Esto se puede acompañar con un buen Malbec (vino tinto) Argentino.

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