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Iberian ham, fig and goats cheese pintxos recipe

These tasty Spanish morsels are simple to prepare and offer a crowd-pleasing flavour combo.

Inspired by Spanish baseline phenomenon Rafael Nadal, they are best served straight away and won’t last long.

Ingredients

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What to do

  • 1. Slice the bread diagonally and layer sliced ham, quarter of a fig and a little wedge of goats cheese.

  • 2. Pintxo means ‘spike’ in Spanish as these snacks are often served skewered on a toothpick – feel free to pop one in for the authentic Basque look.

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