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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

White tuna au gratin with alioli

White tuna au gratin with alioli

This White tuna au gratin with alioli sent in by Marino is ideal to warm yourself up during the coldest winter days and enjoy a dish full of flavour. It’s easy to prepare and the result is spectacular. Read more

Christmas canapés: Chickpea and White Tuna Bites

Christmas canapés: Chickpea and White Tuna Bites

We’re nearing the end of the Christmas canapé competition, with some surprising chickpea and White Tuna bites sent in byThais (Recetario sano). Apart from being a good idea to include legumes in our Christmas menus, these snacks are prepared in the oven. So it’s all advantages! Read more

Christmas canapés: Mussel beignets

Christmas canapés: Mussel beignets

Today in our Christmas canapé competition, we present some deliciously original mussel beignets. Margarita, from the Acibechería blog, has shared with us one of the snacks she’ll be preparing for her Christmas family meal. We’re sure that success is guaranteed! If you also want to succeed, take note of this recipe. 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

Sautéed broccoli with White Tuna

Sautéed broccoli with White Tuna

Along with the arrival of Spring, we tend to make lighter dishes. Plus, we spend more time outside and less time in the kitchen. This broccoli and White Tuna recipe that Tamara sent us is ideal for those kind of days: it’s healthy, flavourful, light but hearty, and very simple to prepare. Read more

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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Vegetable salad snacks

Vegetable salad snacks

My seafood-loving friends, our friend Juana from the blog La Cocina de Juani proposes a period snack. A classic pintxo in our gastronomy: The comforting vegetable salad! The star dish at Sunday family lunches. A Sunday treat, a mouthful of tradition. Pure pleasure.

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Eggs filled with white sauce

Eggs filled with white sauce

After the visit from Santa it’s now time to go back to normal, so today we have a delicious dish for you that will give you energy and joy to return to normality. This dish is by Juana, and you know the spectacular food that comes out of Juani’s kitchen. Read more

Mussels “gazpacho”

Mussels "gazpacho"

 

Rices, canapés, pâtés… Our Rías Gallegas mussels have been the foundation for many recipes. Even an original gazpacho! Today’s recipe is by Agustín, who also proposes two different presentations.

Don’t miss it, and if after this snack you feel like more, we recommend that you visit El bullir de Agus, where you will find many other delicacies. Read more