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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

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

Serrats cogote pintxos

 

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Friends, today is the easy and tasty recipe day. Our friend Iratxe knows that we are hopeless in the kitchen and has sent in a recipe that even the most incompetent person can prepare. Thanks for thinking about us, dear!

The thing is, as well as being a very simple pintxo, it’s a delicacy fit for gods. Let’s get down to business.
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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

Lemons filled with tuna paté and pistachios

Lemons filled with tuna paté and pistachios

Today we have an ideal recipe for when you want to surprise your guests. A real blend of flavours by Blanca, which is also sure to remind a few of us of a dessert from our childhood, though nothing is what it seems ;) Read more

Tuna-stuffed eggs au gratin

Tuna-stuffed eggs au gratin

When our friend Sofía takes out the ladle, we grab our knives and forks and take our seats at the table, looking forward to tasting the dish she has sent in for our recipe competition. On the menu this time are grilled eggs stuffed with tuna, a dish which is great as a starter or on the side and really popular with children. Well, actually… we say children… but we love it too! Read more

Shells stuffed with tuna and mussels

Shells stuffed with tuna and mussels

Sonia has once again taken part in our recipe competition. And her entry is the ideal recipe for surprising your guests. Because stuffed and grilled scallop shells are always a hit: with scallops, hake, prawns… We can create any seafood filling we want, but we’re going to stick with Sonia’s suggestion: yellowfin tuna and mussels in brine. Give them a try and you’ll see ;) Read more

Potato and tuna au gratin

Potato and tuna au gratin

Every time Sofía brings out the ladle and sends in one of her dishes for our recipe competition, our taste buds start to leap with joy and our sleeves roll up, ready for action. And with good reason: look, just look at that potato and tuna au gratin.

Don’t you just want to sink your teeth into it?

Well we have good news: it’s easy to prepare.  Let’s get cracking! Read more

Crunchy peppers with a White Tuna heart

Crunchy peppers with a White Tuna heart

We love receiving your recipes. We really enjoy each and every one of them. It’s a real pleasure to share your creations; from the more innovative to the more traditional, from the more elaborate to the most simple recipes. But all -and I mean all- of them manage to make our mouths water.

Today we have a recipe for you by Noelia, who on her blog Las recetas de Noe tells us that she likes “traditional cooking, simple and easy to prepare”. Well, with these crunchy peppers with a white tuna heart she has really convinced us! Read more

White tuna pudding

White tuna pudding

You can’t imagine how happy we were to receive today’s recipe! All your recipes liven up our day and make us smack our lips, but who doesn’t feel excited when they check their letterbox and it isn’t a letter from the bank, or a bill for water, electricity or something else? Mª Isabel sent us her letter in the post and it just shows you how fond she is of craftsmanship, from hand-made breadcrumbs to the dispatch method, including the careful lack of focus in the photo and the choice of our gourmet tinned food.  ;)

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