White Tuna and warm pepper salad

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Have you started to go through your new year’s resolutions? Not yet? One of the most common is to eat healthier or lighter foods, so we’re convinced that this recipe by Iratxe will be perfect for many of you. That’s today’s dinner sorted!

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Spaghetti alle vongole (with cockles)

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Sapore di maaaaaareeee….!  Today we’re travelling to Italy with Toñi, with her adaptation of the traditional spaghetti alle vongole (spaghetti with clams) where she substitutes the clams with tinned cockles. Don’t miss it! And don’t miss her blog either, Mi Cocina – Carmen Rosa.

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White Tuna collar toasties

White Tuna collar toasties

No matter how much we enjoy it, there are days when we just don’t have time to cook or we’re simply tired. Days when we just want to snack on something quick, but without giving up on something great-tasting.

The recipe sent in by Agustín (El bullir de Agus) is ideal for those moments, a nice, tasty snack that is really easy and quick to prepare. Read more

Eggs filled with white sauce

Eggs filled with white sauce

After the visit from Santa it’s now time to go back to normal, so today we have a delicious dish for you that will give you energy and joy to return to normality. This dish is by Juana, and you know the spectacular food that comes out of Juani’s kitchen. Read more

Christmas canapés: Tuna and piquillo pepper, and anchovy and Roquefort cheese small pastries

Christmas canapés: Tuna and piquillo pepper, and anchovy and Roquefort cheese small pastries

This is a magical night, full of wonder. Tonight is when the Three Wise Men come! How about if, instead of the typical sweets or quick snacks we leave them some delicious Cantabrian canapés? They’re sure to appreciate the change ;)

Here is a proposal by Sara for our Christmas canapé competition. Read more

Christmas canapés: Crab pâté

Christmas canapés: Crab pâté

After a successful Christmas Eve dinner (of course it was!), we’re starting to think up new canapés for the last dinner of the year. Manoli has sent in a great idea to get you going that is easy and quick to prepare. And you can find many more recipes on her blog Olor Andaluz. Take note! Read more

Christmas canapés: seafood tartlets

Christmas canapés: seafood tartlets

We’re still presenting the Christmas canapés that are being sent in for our competition! Today we have some delicious seafood tartlets with a touch of gratinéed mayonnaise by Marta. Take note of this recipe to conquer the most demanding palates! And speaking of conquering, we’re sure that you’ll also love the rest of the recipes on her blog Sopla que te quemas. Read more

Christmas canapés: tuna, anchovy and mussel sushi selection

Christmas canapés: tuna, anchovy and mussel sushi selection

If you’ve been put in charge of the Christmas canapés for this year’s family meals, you’re in the right place, because there’s no shortage of ideas here. For example, this sushi selection proposed by Juana (La cocina de Juani).  Surprise your family with this Cantabrian-Japanese fusion cuisine! 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

Tinned “sandwiches”

Tinned “sandwiches”

Margarita has shown that she is a big fan of our spicy sardines (just like we’re fans of her blog Acibechería) and is surprising us again with a truly original recipe that uses this product as the main feature.

What’s more, she not just shares the recipe, but also tells us about what sardines mean to her:

“Every time I make myself a tinned sardine sandwich I can’t avoid thinking about my father, images that will stay with me forever, and this is one of them: the sandwiches that mummy used to make daddy to eat at mid-morning at work. Enormous and well-wrapped, in brown paper or newspaper, something unthinkable nowadays. I won’t go into more stories about the use of these wrappings ;).

What I mean is that tinned sardines in olive oil, with tomato sauce, spicy, large or small, have always been one of my favourite sandwiches. However, only at home or where there is confidence, where you’re not ashamed to fill the sandwich with enough sardines for two or three normal sandwiches, so there you go… I like them with proper filling”.

That’s passion for sardines! ;)

Don’t miss her recipe, because you’ll be surprised, as it isn’t just any sandwich. Read more