GazpachoBy tapasonlineThis Andalusian cold soup must be one of the quintessential flavours of summer in Spain. It can be eaten from a bowl or, with a thinner consistency, sipped from a glass. There are many variations and some include fruit – grapes, melon and even strawberries. SangriaBy tapasonlineIt is actually a fact that, whilst the tourists are drinking sangria, the locals are drinking tinto de verano (simply red wine with soda, garnished with a slice of orange), but don’t let that put you off – it’s a great drink for parties and barbeques. Of course, it would be wrong to use an expensive wine, but do choose something full-bodied. The ingredients can be varied to taste.
Montaditos de SalmónBy tapasonlineThere are many versions of this canapé, but this one is quick and easy and one of the benefits of this dish is that it can be made in advance. You can add extra toppings, such as chopped cherry tomato, cucumber or caviar. Dill is the traditional garnish, but flat parsley is more Spanish.