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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

Tomato and white tuna tartar toastie

Tomato and white tuna tartar toastie

 

Although we love cooking, we all have days (and nights) when we lack time, or we’re tired, or… but we don’t want to deprive ourselves of something tasty either. For those moments, we have recipes that are as good as they are simple, which are perfect to save the dinner; for example, this toastie by Eva.

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Tuna salad with mustard

Tuna salad with mustard

If there’s something that should always be on the table in the summer, it’s a good salad. Actually, salads can be a great option any time of the year. What’s more, this one sent in by Eneko has a bit of everything. Come in, see and enjoy. Read more

Stuffed piquillo peppers

Stuffed piquillo peppers

There are as many stuffed pepper recipes as there are chefs in the world. Hot, cold… With meat, fish… Yolanda has chosen the cold variety (perfect for the summer!) and as it could be no other way on Cooking with Serrats, with fish. What’s more, the vinaigrette gives it a tasty final touch. Take note of the recipe, try it and tell us about it… Read more

Eggs stuffed with white tuna and avocado

Eggs stuffed with tuna and avocado

We just love stuffed eggs! One of the reasons is that they can take all kinds of ingredients, although our favourite are those that include tinned fish. Like these by María Rosa, with White Tuna and avocado. Don’t miss her recipe! If you prepare it, success is guaranteed. Read more

Monkfish and seafood salad

Monkfish and seafood salad

What do you think about enjoying a refreshing monkfish and seafood salad on a terrace in the sun? We think it’s a great plan. Since we saw the recipe by Agustín (El bullir de Agus) we can’t think about anything else. The bit about the terrace might have to wait, but we’re going to get started with the salad right away! Read more

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

Gnocchi salad with white tuna and mussels

 

Gnocchi salad with tuna and mussels

Oh, how we love gnocchi, so tasty and Italian. Fructuoso has sent in this salad with a taste of Italy. This is the best way to approach the boot-shaped country and enjoy its food from a distance.

This salad has it all. The Italian touch and Serrats mussels and white tuna. What more could you need? Apparently nothing.

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Creamy rice with mussels in brine and beer

 

Creamy rice with mussels in brine and beer

Summer’s here. Now imagine yourself on the beach, great weather, the sun, a good temperature, the sea, the calm… and a beachside bar.

Lunch time. The blog Arroces Melosos proposes the perfect dish for a good day on the beach. The sea breeze and this rice dish will prepare you for an epic siesta. You’ll lose the notion of time and space. It’s a promise.

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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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