Tapas are the ultimate Spanish finger food eaten between meals. From Barcelona to St Sebastian – these little bites are perfect in the afternoon before dinner or late at night after a Flamenco show with a glass of red or white spanish wine. In Spain the main meal is often eaten at lunch time- so Tapas between 9pm to 11pm in the evening is often the final meal of the day. Tapas are served with toothpicks- and when your plate is just left with a few crumbs , the number of toothpicks also left on your plate is the number of Tapas you pay for. They are served cold, fried, sauce based or warm. Here are a few Traveling Thursday Photos to tantalize your tastebuds or even recreate at your next party.
RECIPE : http://spanishfood.about.com/od/tapas/r/tortilla.htm