Curry with tuna belly

Curry with tuna belly

Margarita tells us that extreme sports are not her thing, but that she dares to take risks in the kitchen. And although they don’t always turn out well, some of those “risks” hit the target. Like this original and tasty snack. And like other delicious recipes you can find on her blog Acibechería. Read more

Eggs stuffed with white tuna and avocado

Eggs stuffed with tuna and avocado

We just love stuffed eggs! One of the reasons is that they can take all kinds of ingredients, although our favourite are those that include tinned fish. Like these by María Rosa, with White Tuna and avocado. Don’t miss her recipe! If you prepare it, success is guaranteed. Read more

Seafood tacos

Seafood tacos

 

Ándele,  marinerito! Esther‘s recipe combines Mexican cuisine with the best products of the Cantabrian sea. We encourage you to try her seafood tacos. You won’t regret it! And if you want more ideas to surprise the whole family, you can visit her blog Mummy what’s for lunch, where there is a huge collection of “tasty ideas for edible children” Read more

Truffled tuna belly toastie with beetroot mayonnaise

Truffled tuna belly toastie with beetroot mayonnaise

Ana, author of the blog Recetas para cocinillas, sends us a snack worhty of the most demanding palates. We’ll only say two things to convince you: one, tuna belly; and two, truffle.

Carry on reading to discover the rest of the ingredients, prepare the recipe at home and tell us about it… Read more

“Cantabrese” salad

“Cantabrese” salad

Do you like the Caprese salad? Well, Iratxe proposes her own free version of this Italian classic with tomato, mozzarella and… Cantabrian anchovies!

We encourage you to try it. Read more

Cheese pintxo with honey and mustard sauce

Cheese pintxo with honey and mustard sauce

When faced with a surprise visit, the usual thing to do is bring out some crisps or olives. But we can also score a point to become the host of the year with this idea by Cristina. Take note of this recipe, because it can be prepared in a jiffy and has a delicious result. Read more

Tonijn cream

Tonijn cream

María, from In my little Kitchen, is taking part in our recipe competition with a delicious snack of Dutch inspiration. It is a delicious tuna cream (“tonjin” is tuna in Dutch) for dipping that has a very special touch. Read more

Fisherman’s flatbread

Fisherman’s flatbread

Today we have a tempting seafood snack by Marino. A delicious fisherman’s flatbread with vegetables and white tuna belly. The best of the land and the sea on a crunchy dough. Impossible to eat just one! Read more

Savoury anchovy and cheese buns

Savoury anchovy and cheese buns

Marta, from Sopla que te quemas, is taking part in our recipe competition with some mouth-watering savoury buns with anchovies from the Bays of Biscay and sheep’s cheese. They can be eaten both hot or cold, but we find them hard to resist, so we eat them straight out of the oven; though we do blow on them a bit to avoid burning ourselves. Read more

Salad of white tuna belly fillets with seasoned roasted peppers

Salad of white tuna belly fillets with seasoned roasted peppers

This tuna belly fillet and pepper salad is one of those dishes that as well as being a feast for the eyes is also a delight for the palate. Manuel has shown that it does not require many ingredients to prepare delicious dishes. And following the principle that forewarned is forearmed, remember that having certain ingredients pre-prepared can save you a lot of time. Read more