Galicia-style tuna pie

Galicia-style tuna pie

Today’s feature is the Galicia-style pie. Did you know that these pies have been made in Galicia since the Gothic period in the 7th century? At least according to Wikipedia, that fountain of knowledge. That’s some info we can provide when serving this delicious tuna pie that Isadora has sent in to us. It won’t always be the same brother-in-law who makes a show of their all-encompassing knowledge, will it? Read more

Delicacies from land and sea

Delicacies from land and sea

Its lovely in August, isn’t it my friends! Speaking of lovely, here’s a recipe that Olivia has sent in to us. Onion, peppers and white tuna, with a dressing of fine olive oil and salt, in a combination that our friend calls delicacies from land and sea. An explosion of flavours that is easy to prepare, ideal for a light snack between dips in the water. Read more

Fried or oven-baked tuna pasties

Fried or oven-baked tuna pasties

Today we’re going from “I know that I know nothing” to I know that I want some pasties like those right now! Look at how creamy the filling is in the recipe that Sócrates sent in to us for the first time to take part in our recipe competition. And what to say about the crunchy crust?

We now know something else: that you all want some pasties like these too. So how about we cut out the philosophy and get to work? Read more

Anchovies and potato millefeuilles

Anchovies and potato millefeuilles

Time to impress our guests! This anchovies and potato millefeuilles won’t let you down.  In these gastronomic times when innovation, imagination and the contrast of textures and tastes are so highly valued, this dish won’t go unnoticed. Don’t despair, as the recipe is really simple to make. Also, you’ll be able to follow it for sure thanks to the explanations from María, who with her Wooden Spoon is really good in the kitchen. We can do it, right? I don’t even know why I doubt it… You’re members of the Serrats family, bred in courage, gastronomic curiosity and good taste. Bon appétit! Read more

Tuna calzone

Tuna calzone

Between pizza and pastry, calzone is a speciality from Naples which, like many other Italian recipes, has travelled the world to arrive at our kitchens. Today, we have the “piacere” of enjoying Olivia’s recipe, a fantastic tuna calzone with homemade dough. Read more

Tuna croquettes with a kitchen robot

Tuna croquettes

There are several dishes that have a well-deserved place in the Olympus of our gastronomy, for example croquettes. Crunchy and golden on the outside, creamy inside; with egg, meat, fish… Everyone has a favourite: granny’s croquettes, the ones down at the bar… and those by Maria Luisa, who is taking part again in our recipe competition with some tuna croquettes that are seriously tasty, and which she prepares in a very simple way thanks to her kitchen robot. We invite you to try them and to have a look at her blog Biendespachao, where you can find loads of mouthwatering recipes. Read more

Leek salad with white tuna, Espelette pepper salt and olive oil

Leek salad with white tuna, Espelette pepper salt and olive oil

Do you remember Gotzon, our bluesman-cooking wizard from Bermeo? A friend of quality raw materials, Gotzon likes simple, tasty dishes.  And this month he’s taking part in our recipe competition with a salad that, in line with his principles, combines the best from the sea and the land. Don’t miss it! Read more

Seafood pie

Seafood pie

Here we are with more cool summertime recipes! Juana has sent us a seafood pie that will bring together those who go for “say it with flowers” and those who go for “conquer their taste buds“. Having seen her culinary skills, we can definitely say we’re unconditional fans of Juani’s kitchen! Read more

Tomatoes filled with tuna and cheese

Tomatoes filled with tuna and cheese

At last! We’re now well into June and the sun’s started to honour us with its presence. And in our kitchen we celebrate it with one of those quick and cool recipes, ideal for the new season we are about to welcome.

These tomatoes with filling sent in to us by Sofía are a delicacy, like everything she prepares when she Gets her spoon out.  If you’re going to have a look at her blog, we recommend that you have a snack or something to eat at hand, because we guarantee that it will open up your appetite. Big time. Read more

Leeks, anchovies and cheese on toast

Leeks, anchovies and cheese on toast

 

Rebeca, author of El blog de aceber, has delighted us again with one of those recipes where a delicious combination of quality ingredients sets off sparks on our palate. You’ll see, with just a few ingredients you’ll have a spectacular snack! That’s easy to prepare, too. Read more