Empanadillas de AtúnBy tapasonlineTuna parcels - this recipe includes a typical Spanish pastry which is good for this type of dish, but you may prefer to use filo. Some recipes suggest the inclusion of hard-boiled eggs and olives, so the choice is yours. The important thing to remember is that the mixture must be smooth, so as not to puncture the delicate pastry. They are probably best hot, but can be eaten cold.
ChurrosBy tapasonlineChurros, a type of fried dough, are often thought of as a dessert, but in Spain they are more of a breakfast item or a snack; on the go in a paper cone or in a café or specialist churreria, with coffee or thick hot chocolate. You can use a pastry bag with a star nozzle to make them or you can buy a churrera.