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Christmas canapés: “Sardussel” millefeuille

Christmas canapés: sardine and mussel millefeuille

We’re heading towards the final stretch of the Christmas canapé competition with this recipe by Margarita, the author of the Acibechería blog: a millefeuille with sardines and mussels. Sard-ussels.

A simple recipe with a great result. However, Margarita warns us that we should make at least two millefeuilles per person, because they’re so tasty one just isn’t enough. Read more

Gilda and company

Anchovies and white tuna skewers

What can we say about Gildas that hasn’t already been said? This little skewer is a classic that never disappoints.

They say that it’s named after the main character of the film Gilda, played by Rita Hayworth… Well, in Irantxe’s recipe, the star is accompanied by quite the leading man: “Bonito del Norte” (‘The Handsome Northerner’, Spanish for White Tuna). Very well put Read more

Summer millefeuille

Summer millefeuille

Summer? you might be saying, but we’re in the middle of November… And you’d be absolutely right, but we miss it so much that we decided to publish the recipe by Natalia to let our imagination run free and take us to a summer’s day on the beach. Want to come? Read more

Simple, fast and delicious Christmas canapés with Serrats Preserves

Simple, fast and delicious Christmas canapés with Serrats Preserves

It’s official! It’s now December and we’re kicking off the Christmas canapé competition season!

We will publish them throughout December, so that everyone can use and enjoy ideas for their dinners and lunches, and after Christmas we’ll choose the winning recipes.

We’ll start with a delicious proposal by Agustín that we can prepare in a moment. Read more

Mussels in vinaigrette with marinated anchovies

Mussels in vinaigrette with marinated anchovies

Today we have a light, refreshing, tasty and very healthy recipe for you. It’s by Rosario, who is making her début in our recipe competition with a classic that are mussels in vinaigrette, but with a special touch of her own added. ;) Read more

Focaccia with courgette alioli and marinated anchovies

Focaccia with courgette alioli and marinated anchovies

Cooking with Serrats isn’t closed for the holidays, but thanks to your recipes we’re travelling around a lot. In fact, we can even be in two places at the same time. Today, for example, we’re going to Italy with Carmen and her delicious homemade focaccia. But at the same time, we’re staying here with the wholesome flavour of the Cantabrian sea with our marinated anchovies. This is why we love to sit down à table con Carmen! Read more

Anchovy and tartar sauce sandwich

Anchovy and tartar sauce sandwich

Today we have a special recipe for you! We want to share with you the fantastic pintxos that Lanbide Hastapena prepared for our stand at the Fish Fair, the profits of which we destined to Kate Sarea Association. Today we have the first of them for you: a tasty tartar sauce and salted anchovy in vinaigrette sandwich. Read more

Lemons filled with tuna paté and pistachios

Lemons filled with tuna paté and pistachios

Today we have an ideal recipe for when you want to surprise your guests. A real blend of flavours by Blanca, which is also sure to remind a few of us of a dessert from our childhood, though nothing is what it seems ;) Read more

Chicory salad with anchovies

Chicory salad with anchovies

Right after the anchovy season has kicked off in the Bay of Biscay, what better dish than some canoes loaded with Cantabrian Anchovies? This is what Iratxe must have thought when preparing this chicory salad with anchovies. Or maybe we just have too much imagination… ;) In any event, what’s clear is that these little chicory vessels have a luxury crew. Read more

Russian salad

Russian salad

We all have a relative (mother-in-law, brother-in-law…) or friend who boasts that they make the world’s best Russian salad. Whoever it is in your case, we have the perfect recipe so that from now on yours will be the best Russian salad. And there will be no disputing this fact, because the recipe sent in to us by Silvia is worthy of a top class chef. Read more