Tapas is the quintessence of Spain's diet. There are Tapas in almost all the restaurants in the streets. Tapas have no fixed species, a piece of bread covered with tomato puree and olive oil, or a mushroom pie wrapped with cheese. Even the red peppers stuffed with cheese, Tapas is not only a food for the Spanish people, but also a convenient and casual lifestyle.
Cook a pot of boiling water and add lemon slices and sea salt.
Use a knife to draw the shrimp line along the back of the shrimp.
Let the shrimps boil in lemonade for about 12 minutes until the shrimps turn pink and curl slightly.
The sausage is removed from the casing and cut into thick slices.
Shrimp is drained and drained, and excess water is removed from the kitchen paper.
Use a toothpick to put the sausage, basil leaves, and shrimp in a string. Put the lemon horns on the plate and put them on the lemon juice.
Go to the shrimp line tips: Use a toothpick to pick up the shrimp line from the third joint at the joint of the shrimp head and the shrimp body.