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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

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

Pasta with anchovy sauce

Pasta with anchovy sauce

What is it that makes pasta so popular with everyone? Taste, texture, variety… If we combine all the types of pasta there are with all the sauces we can create, we’d have a deliciously endless list! Because pasta combines with all kinds of ingredients: meat, vegetables, fish… Today we have the pleasure of trying the pasta with anchovy sauce that Paulina cooks. She not only cooks, but also writes about it on her hugely entertaining blog Paulina Cocina. Don’t miss it! Read more

Pasta with white tuna and mascarpone

Pasta with tuna and mascarpone

“Volare, oh, oh; cantare, oh, oh, oh, oh!” Don’t worry, I’ve not given up recipes for singing lessons! The thing is today we’re travelling to Italy with Paola, who invites us in to her cucina. If you’d like to learn more about authentic Italian cuisine, don’t miss out on her blog Con Paola in cucina.

She tells us today’s recipe is simple, but extremely delicious. Let’s give it a try. What do you say? Andiamo! Read more

Tagliatelle puttanesca

 

This is not the first time we’ve used puttanesca sauce for a pasta dish. We just love the texture and the powerful, unmistakable flavour it brings to white tuna and anchovies. And we have to confess that Silvia’s version has become our favourite!  Of course, that’s hardly surprising as she spends her days over the stove, so you can always expect excellent recipes from Silvia, as you will see on her blog Jugando a las cocinitas.  So we invite you to try this dish and then watch everyone’s mouth water in anticipation when you serve it up. Off to the kitchen we go!

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