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“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

Hot white tuna or yellowfin tuna ball snacks

Hot white tuna or albacore tuna ball snacks

There are snacks that fly off the table as soon as they’re served. And we can assure you that these little balls sent in to us by Agustín from El Bullir de Agus are in that category. Take note and you’ll see ;) Read more

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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Piquillo peppers stuffed with white tuna and prawns

Piquillo peppers stuffed with tuna and prawns

How many stuffed pepper recipes do you know? Lots of them I’m sure, because they’re very versatile. Hot and cold, with all sorts of fillings. Today we’ll try David‘s recipe, some mouth-watering peppers stuffed with White Tuna and prawns. The recipes you can find on his blog, La cocina de Gibello, are also also mouth-watering.

Try these peppers, and tell us how they went ;) 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

Seafood stuffed peppers

Seafood stuffed peppers

How do you get the Galician coast in a pepper? It’s all right, we haven’t gone mad; we know well that you can’t stuff in the coast as such, but we can put in all its flavour. This is what Esperanza de la Macarena has done with the peppers stuffed with cockles and mussels that she has prepared for our recipe competition. 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

Tuna croquettes with a kitchen robot

Tuna croquettes

There are several dishes that have a well-deserved place in the Olympus of our gastronomy, for example croquettes. Crunchy and golden on the outside, creamy inside; with egg, meat, fish… Everyone has a favourite: granny’s croquettes, the ones down at the bar… and those by Maria Luisa, who is taking part again in our recipe competition with some tuna croquettes that are seriously tasty, and which she prepares in a very simple way thanks to her kitchen robot. We invite you to try them and to have a look at her blog Biendespachao, where you can find loads of mouthwatering recipes. 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