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Trapani-style macaroni

Trapani-style macaroni

Today it´s the turn of Italian cuisine, everyone. Sicilian, to be precise. And more specifically, from Trapani, the westernmost province of the island. Today we´re on our travels with Agnes (Sabor a cocina) and her Trapani-style macaroni.  Take a look at this recipe, because in 30 minutes it will help you make a very tasty dish. Read more

Garlic and chilli pepper spaghetti, with tuna and basil

Garlic and chilli pepper spaghetti, with tuna and basil

Do you like flavoured spaghetti? Which ones have you tried? The most well known, after tricolour pasta, are probably Nero di sepia spaghetti, with squid ink. But there are more. For example, in today’s recipe we will use some garlic and chilli pepper spaghetti. It was sent in to us by Eneko, who confesses that he loves to lose himself in the supermarket to discover any new products. When he saw these garlic and chilli pepper spaghetti, he had to try them. We can’t resist a good pasta dish either; particularly if it has a seafood touch like these spaghetti with tuna. What about you? Read more

Christmas canapés: Tuna millefeuille with anchovies

Christmas canapés: Tuna millefeuille with anchovies

Today’s Christmas canapés promise to be a true experience thanks to their contrast of flavours and textures. Take note of this recipe by Sonia (Recetas Binisonia) and you’re guaranteed to surprise the whole family. Read more

Tuna belly salad with yoghurt and mustard sauce

Tuna belly salad with yoghurt and mustard sauce

How’s the summer going? Great, we hope! Although it’s a dish that can be enjoyed all year round, we’re in the season when most salads are eaten. Today we propose a delicious recipe by Agustín.  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

Anchovy and pear toasties

Anchovy and pear toasties

In one bite! That’s how we’d eat the anchovy and pear toasties that Agustín from Elbullirdeagus has sent us. And you are sure to as well, so without further ado we’ll show you his recipe. Bon appétit! Read more

Cucumber rolls with piriñaca

Cucumber rolls with piriñaca

It looked like it would never happen here, but the sun is shining! So after several days (weeks) of rain, we can start getting used to the idea that spring is starting this month. To celebrate it, today we have a very refreshing recipe for you: these tasty cucumber rolls with piriñaca (or pipirrana) by María de GraciaRead more

Sardine cipuddata

Sardine cipuddata

What is a cipuddata? It’s possible that you’ve asked yourselves this when you saw the title of today’s recipe. You have probably figured out that it’s an Italian recipe, but of you’re wondering whether it’s a type of pasta, a pizza or a salad, let us tell you that it’s a Sicilian recipe based on onions (generally red onions). Don’t miss Roberta’s recipe! 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

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