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Courgette eight balls stuffed with white tuna and prawns

Courgette eight balls stuffed with white tuna and prawns

 

Margarita, a true expert in the kitchen among friends, invites us to enjoy a tasty combination of flavours and a pleasant presentation with these courgette eight balls stuffed with white tuna and prawns. Any takers? We didn’t hesitate for a second. 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

“Foccapizza” (foccaccia + pizza) with tuna in brine

“Foccapizza” (foccaccia + pizza) with tuna in brine

What would you fancy? A foccaccia or a pizza? Don’t worry, today you don’t have to choose, because the recipe we’ve received from El bullir de Agus is perfect for fans of both Italian dishes. Read more

Anchovy on artichoke mousse with a confit of cheese and orange blossom honey and served with caramelised onion

Anchovy on artichoke mousse with a confit of cheese and orange blossom honey and served with caramelised onion

Fresh cheese, sautéed onion, anchovies from the Bay of Biscay… I’m sure many of you imagine these ingredients served on crostini. But no, my friends. In La cocina de Serrats we like to take you by surprise, and Sofía has hit the mark with this artichoke mousse. And the fresh cheese also adds a special touch. Don’t miss her recipe!

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Isbilia rice salad

Isbilia rice salad

The salad is one of the dishes that allows the most imagination, as we can add practically anything we can think of. Whatever it is we have in the fridge and the larder, we can always prepare one. However, in our case there’s something that is always a must: tinned fish.

Today, for example, we’re going to prepare a rice and nut salad with white tuna, using this recipe sent in to us by María José. What about you? You’ll see how easy and tasty it is! Read more

Chickpea salad with anchovies

Chickpea salad with Cantabrian anchovies

 

Angustias has sent in the perfect recipe for the office. Easy and nutritious, ideal for charging your batteries before a long day at work. The chickpeas give you the power and our Serrats anchovies the happiness. What more can you ask for?  Read more

Beluga salad

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It looks like the summer and good weather is here. With the sunshine and warmth, who doesn’t feel like eating a salad? The blog El Bulli de Agus brings us this recipe with a taste of the sea. A salad to take to the beach or to prepare as a starter, or as a snack for a picnic with friends. Springtime flowers, various green leaves and our  anchovies among other ingredients make this dish a delicacy worthy of the most demanding palates. And why is it called a Beluga Salad? Well, we don’t know, we’ll just have to ask Agus…

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Italian Marmitako (Tuna Stew)

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Today, BulliRdeAgus proposes an Italian-Basque dish. Imagine you’re in Tuscany at one of those tables with one of those typical red and white chequered tablecloths, going through your eight Basque surnames while you tuck into an Italian marmitako prepared with our Serrats fish preserves. What a plan, eh? Well let’s get down to it.

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Tuna and piquillo pepper croquettes

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If any of us are asked about our favourite dishes we probably don’t name anything too fancy or complicated: Fried eggs, omelettes, sandwiches, and of course, the humble and great croquette!

The ones we have today are by Nieves, and we don’t have any doubts at all about her cooking skills, because after having a look at her blog La cajita de Nieves Elena we can see her mastery in the kitchen. Want to give the croquettes a try? Let’s get down to it!

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Pasta and seafood salad with honey and mustard vinaigrette

Pasta and seafood salad with honey and mustard vinaigrette

Look at this great salad sent in by Toñi! A salad with a real seafood taste, as fish is the main ingredient along with the pasta. It has a bit of everything, and all well dressed with the honey and mustard vinaigrette.

We’re sure that you’ll love it and that you’ll want to try more recipes by Toñi, so we invite you to have a look at her blog Mi Cocina – Carmen Rosa, where you’ll mostly find typical recipes from Malaga. Read more