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Puff pastry with anchovies and blue cheese

Puff pastry with anchovies and blue cheese

When we see a picture of a puff pastry like the one sent in to us by Pilar, we start to daydream imagining the delicious filling that it might be hiding. Of course, although we imagine all kinds of ingredients, there’s one that’s never missing: canned fish. What filling are you imagining? Have a look at this recipe, which is sure to inspire you. Read more

Avocado with anchovies, piquillo peppers and black garlic

Avocado with anchovies, piquillo peppers and black garlic

You probably already know how well Cantabrian anchovies go with avocado or piquillo peppers. Well, imagine what this recipe that Manuel has sent in to us is like, combining these three great ingredients with mastery and adding a very personal touch.

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Cold stuffed peppers with hot sauce

Cold stuffed peppers with hot sauce

If you like contrasts, you’ll love the peppers stuffed with white tuna sent in to us by Isabel. Their crunchy cold stuffing and creamy hot sauce make a dish capable of surprising the most demanding palates. In addition, it’s an ideal dish to provide a meeting point between those who defend peppers stuffed with fish and those who prefer the pintxo of peppers stuffed with Russian salad. Read more

Basque prawn salad pintxo

Basque prawn salad pintxo

You’ll see Ángeles’ table full of delicious prawn salad pintxos. Very tempting, isn’t it? At Serrats we’re sure that not a single pintxo was left over, otherwise, we’d go to la cocina de Gele without thinking twice.

What about you? You’ll find the recipe below so that you can enjoy this delicacy at home. What’s more, although bread is the base of the pintxo, this recipe is suitable for coeliacs, as Ángeles uses gluten-free bread. Read more

Tuna belly salad with piquillo peppers and tomatoes

Tuna belly salad with piquillo peppers and tomatoes

After the Christmas canapé competition (next week we will choose the winning recipes), we are returning to our bi-monthly recipe competition with Cristina. And we’re doing so with a perfect recipe for healthy eating after our “Christmas excesses”: a tasty salad with White Tuna Belly filletsRead more

Stuffed piquillo peppers

Stuffed piquillo peppers

Pedro has sent us a recipe that you will love: piquillo peppers stuffed with a delicious combination of tuna, crab sticks, lettuce and mayonnaise. He tells us that he usually serves these as a “tapa” on a piece of toasted bread when he has friends or relatives visiting, but that we can also enjoy them as a main dish.

We think they are both great options

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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

Mussels and cream cheese snacks

Mussels and cream cheese snacks

Last week we dedicated a post to compiling pintxo recipes using tinned fish, and you liked it so much that we’ve decided to publish a new pintxo, so you can carry on enjoying these tasty snacks. And luckily we had this recipe sent in by María de Gracia for our recipe competition handy. 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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