Sundays in Spain are very laid back. Most of the stores are closed, except for restaurants and cafés.
On a typical Sunday around noon, the cafés are packed with families and friends, enjoying some tapas with vermut, vino or cervesa (Spaniards like to have a drink with their tapas). On days when there is sports on tv, such as Formula1 or MotoGP, the cafés are even busier. Everything is an excuse to go out and get together.
Today I made another croquette tapa, this time with fish. Croquetas de Bacalao, which translates to Cod Croquettes. Croquettes are very popular in Spain, and they are usually featured on every menu as a tapa.
I love these croquettes, they can be made quickly and they are very tasty. It’s a good technique to cook fish if someone in your family doesn’t particularly like fish because the final product doesn’t have a very fishy flavor. It is way more healthy to make these at home rather than buying them from the supermarket