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Christmas canapés: Tuna belly and anchovy tartlet

Christmas canapés: Tuna belly and anchovy tartlet

A new Christmas canapé! The third proposal for our Christmas Canapé competition is courtesy of María. Delicious tartlets with a sliced bread foundation, crowned with two of our greatest treasures: anchovies from the Bay of Biscay and Albacore Tuna belly. Read more

Chickpea salad with ventresca

Chickpea salad with ventresca

Today we bring you the chickpea salad sent to us by Ana from the blog Recetas para cocinillas as part of our recipe contest. Although we generally associate pulses with stews and winter, pulse salads are useful dishes that we can enjoy throughout the year. With the addition of one of our canned fish products (a gem like ventresca, for example), the dish becomes a thousand times better. Read more

Rice and white tuna croquettes

Rice and white tuna croquettes

Today we present Margarita’s rice croquettes, a delicious snack to be shared among friends, that will make your mouth water. Those attractive golden pears are a sight to see, aren’t they? Imagine the pleasure of sinking your teeth into them and discovering the White Tuna they hide inside… Read more

White tuna belly salad

White tuna belly salad

The White Tuna belly salad that Pilar has sent in for the recipe competition is proof that we can enjoy a delicacy and liven up our palate without the need to spend hours in the kitchen. A good tomato from Barbastro, some piquillo peppers and our lovely tuna belly are enough to delight the most demanding gourmet.

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Cold tuna cannelloni and cream cheese with piquillo peppers

Cold tuna cannelloni and cream cheese with piquillo peppers

Cold cannelloni? That’s right, friends. In summer we feel like cool dishes, so this recipe by Ana is perfect. Because classic oven-made cannelloni are delicious, but in summer we prefer this cold version. And to complete the menu, we recommend that you take a look at her blog, Recetas para cocinillas. Read more

Courgette eight balls stuffed with white tuna and prawns

Courgette eight balls stuffed with white tuna and prawns

 

Margarita, a true expert in the kitchen among friends, invites us to enjoy a tasty combination of flavours and a pleasant presentation with these courgette eight balls stuffed with white tuna and prawns. Any takers? We didn’t hesitate for a second. Read more

Home-made white tuna and piquillo pepper pizza

Home-made white tuna and piquillo pepper pizza

A home-made pizza is one of those gastronomic pleasures that no one can resist. The flavour and texture of a home-made dough is a delicacy… and if you add such lovely ingredients as those in this recipe by Sara, success is more than guaranteed. Read more

Fisherman’s flatbread

Fisherman’s flatbread

Today we have a tempting seafood snack by Marino. A delicious fisherman’s flatbread with vegetables and white tuna belly. The best of the land and the sea on a crunchy dough. Impossible to eat just one! 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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White tuna belly fillets with tomato, piquillo pepper sauce and cheese ice cream served on a savoury biscuit crunch

White tuna belly fillets with tomato, piquillo pepper sauce and cheese ice cream served on a savoury biscuit crunch

David from Cocinando en Guadarrama has entered our recipe competition with a pintxo full of contrasting flavours and textures: savoury, sweet, sour, crunchy, soft, creamy, cold… He says that his initial idea was to make a white tuna belly fillet salad with tomato, piquillo peppers and cheese, but in the end he decided on something different and added the cheese ice cream.

The result? A simple, quick and surprising recipe. Read more