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Homemade tapenade with Cantabrian anchovies

Homemade tapenade with Cantabrian anchovies

The homemade tapenade sent to us by Pilar (Cocina con Manel y Pilar) is an ideal recipe to snack on whilst watching a World Cup match, film or your favourite series. Take a look – it only takes a moment to make and in the blink of an eye you be sat on the sofa, enjoying this dish. Read more

Yellowfin tuna patties with caramelized onions and walnuts

Yellowfin tuna patties with caramelized onions and walnutsYellowfin tuna patties are one of those recipes that always triumph. A tasty snack that everyone likes. Beyond the classic tuna and tomato patties, we can enjoy all kinds of fillings. On this occasion, María José combines yellowfin tuna with caramelized onions and walnuts. Sounds good, doesn’t it? Read more

White Tuna Belly with seasonal vegetables

White Tuna Belly with seasonal vegetables

 

Close your eyes and imagine delicious seasonal vegetables accompanied by juicy flakes of White Tuna belly. Doesn´t it make your mouth water? That’s what happened to us with Carmen’s recipe.  A healthy recipe if ever there was one. And delicious, too! Carmen tells us that the secret to this recipe is to use seasonal vegetables in order to provide the best flavour. So, depending on when you prepare the recipe, make sure you use the vegetables that are in season. And don’t hold skimp with the tuna belly! Read more

Avocado toast with Cantabrian anchovies

Avocado toast with Cantabrian anchovies

A great appetizer or quick dinner… There are endless recipe ideas for toast with canned fish. Just ask Margarita, who has prepared a delicious snack with avocado and Cantabrian anchovies for our enjoyment amongst friends. Read more

Fried noodle, vegetable and white tuna fideuá

Fried noodle, vegetable and white tuna fideuá

Don’t miss this fideuá recipe sent to us by Rosalía, from Ross Gastronómica. Fried noodles, vegetables and white tuna are the main trio of ingredients for this recipe that can hold its own against paellas, barbecues or any signature dish.  Read more

Tuna-stuffed courgette gratin

Tuna-stuffed courgette gratin

 

Today we present the tuna-stuffed courgette gratin sent in by Sofia as her entry in our recipe contest. Some well-fried vegetables, a bit of yellowfin tuna and a touch of gratin make this dish a delight for the whole family. Hungry? Well this recipe is easy to make. And while it´s cooking in the oven, we recommend you take a look at Sofía’s blog and discover more of her tasty dishes. Read more

Lentil pasta salad with lamb’s lettuce and White Tuna

Lentil pasta salad with lamb’s lettuce and White Tuna

Had you heard of lentil pastaIratxe told us that she recently discovered it, and thought it was a good alternative to a pot of lentils. She confesses that she loves pasta and often doesn’t feel like eating lentils, so when she heard about pasta made with lentil flour, she decided to try it in order to meet her goal of eating more legumes. And she started with a very wholesome salad, with three healthy ingredients: “lentils” (in the shape of pasta), lamb’s lettuce and White Tuna. Anyone up for it? Read more

“Marriage” between anchovies from the bay of Biscay and white anchovies

“Marriage” between anchovies from the bay of Biscay and white anchovies

As St Valentine’s is almost here, today’s recipe is about couples. And here’s a top-class couple! So top-class that it doesn’t need much more. Victoria, from La cocina de Ori, is taking part in our recipe competition with a snack that can be prepared in no time, and which is a delight for our taste buds: “Marriage”, a delicious fresh and pickled anchovy snack. A very agreeable marriage. 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

Summer salad

Summer salad

 

With the return to school it feels as if autumn is already here. Well it’s not, and today we want to state loud and clear that in September we still have a few weeks of summer left. And we can think of no better way to do so than with the salad that Margot Cosas de la Vida has given a summertime name to. On her blog we’ve read that in Margot’s kitchen the plating is primordial, as everything comes in through the eyes first. We can only add that, in addition to coming in through the eyes, this recipe leaves a pleasant memory on the palate. Look out for her vinaigrette! Read more