Summer salad

Summer salad, eggs and tuna

We love autumn, with its colours, its light, its mushrooms, its chestnuts… But summer will always be summer, so we thought we’d pay tribute to it with a recipe that Matilde has christened with the name summer salad.

A salad to gather the family around the table. Read more

Peaches stuffed with tuna

Peaches stuffed with tuna

Are you having people over and don’t know what to cook to surprise your guests? The solution is peach-shaped.

Adela is making her debut in our recipe competition with some stuffed peaches that will leave no-one indifferent. On her blog El dulce paladar she confesses that when she was offered this dish for the first time she wasn’t totally convinced about stuffing something as sweet as a peach in syrup with a savoury filling, but when she tried them she liked them so much that since then she can’t wait for special occasions to prepare them, so she prepares them some nights for dinner. Because it’s also a very simple recipe to prepare.

What better way to find out than to try it? Let’s get down to it! Read more

Courgette filled with tuna and vegetables

Courgette filled with tuna and vegetables

 

Like January, September is the month of resolutions. A fresh start; the summer is over and we go back to the usual timetables. It’s also when we decide to join new courses at the sports centre and to watch what we eat, after a summer of beers and snacks. Keep it up! You know it’s possible to eat healthy, tasty food.

Eli gives us a reminder of this with today’s recipe, loaded with nutritious gems: vegetables, mushrooms and oily fish. All lovingly cooked and presented, the result is what you can see here and we encourage you to give it a try. Read more

Little sea and garden wholegrain packages

Little sea and garden wholegrain packages

In all these years we have never ceased to be surprised by the wonders you come up with for our recipe competition. You’re amazing!

Today’s recipe is from Juani’s kitchen: a home-made dough, some lovingly chopped and sweated vegetables, some prawns and the special touch of our tuna in brine… They are Juana‘s little sea and garden wholegrain packages. And we’re sure that when you try them you’ll make them your own too.

Let’s get cracking! Read more

Kamut with vegetables and tuna in brine

Kamut with vegetables and tuna in brine

If you thought that a meal made with wheat sounds boring, it’s because you haven’t tried the Kamut dish that Agustín has sent in to us (elbullirdeagus.com) to take part in our recipe competition.

Kamut is the quality labelling that is used to identify an ancient variety of wheat (khorasan) that is organically cultivated. In addition, in this case, Agustín reinforces its many nutritional qualities with the benefits of oily fish. In short, a healthy, original and flavoursome dish. Read more

Courgettes and tomatoes filled with vegetables and White Tuna

Courgettes and tomatoes filled with vegetables and White Tuna

We’re delighted to meet new participants in our recipe competition! Even more so when they make their debut in such style, like Antonio, who sent us a great dish with courgettes and tomatoes filled with White Tuna.

We encourage you to try his recipe and, of course, to do what he did and send us your own recipes to win a fantastic lot of our gourmet products every month. Read more

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