A few weeks ago I was sent a crate of Alhambra Beer. Alhambra is a new brand to me but not a new brand. In fact they have been producing quality beers since 1925. The Alhambra brewery was founded in Granada in 1925 and is named after the city’s magnificent Alhambra Palace.
Not normally a beer drinker I assumed they would be eagerly consumed by my other half but I guess there is a big difference between a basic beer and a quality craft beer and I really liked it. The bottles are stylish too and wouldn’t look out on place on a dinner table although we enjoyed most of ours outside or lounged on the settee with tapas to watch a movie.
I love Tapas – for those of you that haven’t tried them, they are simply small dishes of food. Perfect for sharing and it means you get to try lots of different dishes.
I created this easy tapas recipe last night to accompany our beer.
Roasted garlic, tomatoes and chorizo with a chilli kick
You will need:
8 Garlic Cloves (peeled)
3 inch chunk of Chorizo sliced
6-7 cherry tomatoes halved
1/4 of a red chilli finely diced
1 tbsp Olive Oil
Share the ingredients between two tapas dishes or ramekins.
Bake at 200C for 25 minutes, giving a small shake halfway through.
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* I was sent a crate of beer to try.