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Cheese pintxo with honey and mustard sauce

Cheese pintxo with honey and mustard sauce

When faced with a surprise visit, the usual thing to do is bring out some crisps or olives. But we can also score a point to become the host of the year with this idea by Cristina. Take note of this recipe, because it can be prepared in a jiffy and has a delicious result. Read more

Anchovy on artichoke mousse with a confit of cheese and orange blossom honey and served with caramelised onion

Anchovy on artichoke mousse with a confit of cheese and orange blossom honey and served with caramelised onion

Fresh cheese, sautéed onion, anchovies from the Bay of Biscay… I’m sure many of you imagine these ingredients served on crostini. But no, my friends. In La cocina de Serrats we like to take you by surprise, and Sofía has hit the mark with this artichoke mousse. And the fresh cheese also adds a special touch. Don’t miss her recipe!

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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

Pasta and seafood salad with honey and mustard vinaigrette

Pasta and seafood salad with honey and mustard vinaigrette

Look at this great salad sent in by Toñi! A salad with a real seafood taste, as fish is the main ingredient along with the pasta. It has a bit of everything, and all well dressed with the honey and mustard vinaigrette.

We’re sure that you’ll love it and that you’ll want to try more recipes by Toñi, so we invite you to have a look at her blog Mi Cocina – Carmen Rosa, where you’ll mostly find typical recipes from Malaga. Read more

Walnut bread toast with anchovy and poached egg

Walnut bread toast with anchovy and poached egg

 

A small snack can be a source of immense gastronomic pleasure. For example, this delicious tapa that Pedro has sent in. A combination of flavours that’ll have you licking your fingers!

Try it and tell us what you think (you’re sure to love it).  Read more

Chicory salad with anchovies

Chicory salad with anchovies

Right after the anchovy season has kicked off in the Bay of Biscay, what better dish than some canoes loaded with Cantabrian Anchovies? This is what Iratxe must have thought when preparing this chicory salad with anchovies. Or maybe we just have too much imagination… ;) In any event, what’s clear is that these little chicory vessels have a luxury crew. Read more