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Tuna belly salad with yoghurt and mustard sauce

Tuna belly salad with yoghurt and mustard sauce

How’s the summer going? Great, we hope! Although it’s a dish that can be enjoyed all year round, we’re in the season when most salads are eaten. Today we propose a delicious recipe by Agustín.  Read more

“Cantabrese” salad

“Cantabrese” salad

Do you like the Caprese salad? Well, Iratxe proposes her own free version of this Italian classic with tomato, mozzarella and… Cantabrian anchovies!

We encourage you to try it. Read more

Salad of white tuna belly fillets with seasoned roasted peppers

Salad of white tuna belly fillets with seasoned roasted peppers

This tuna belly fillet and pepper salad is one of those dishes that as well as being a feast for the eyes is also a delight for the palate. Manuel has shown that it does not require many ingredients to prepare delicious dishes. And following the principle that forewarned is forearmed, remember that having certain ingredients pre-prepared can save you a lot of time. 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

Rice and white tuna belly salad

Rice and white tuna belly salad

For many, September is the end of the continuous morning shift and a return to the tupperware. We dedicate today’s recipe to them, a salad that’s ideal for taking with you, wholesome and delicious. But don’t thank us, thank Eva, who sent it in for the recipe competition. Read more

Isbilia rice salad

Isbilia rice salad

The salad is one of the dishes that allows the most imagination, as we can add practically anything we can think of. Whatever it is we have in the fridge and the larder, we can always prepare one. However, in our case there’s something that is always a must: tinned fish.

Today, for example, we’re going to prepare a rice and nut salad with white tuna, using this recipe sent in to us by María José. What about you? You’ll see how easy and tasty it is! Read more

Couscous salad with white tuna belly

Couscous salad with white tuna belly

You can tell we’re in the middle of summer because our bodies are craving refreshing dishes like today’s couscous salad, which has been brought to us by Pilar. Delicious and cooling, you can’t afford to miss it. Make a note of this really simple recipe. Read more

Rice and mussels salad

inglés ensalada-arroz-mejillonesMussels deserve an ovation. They are a seafood with a special flavour, a great source of iodine and omega3, and are also rich in vitamin B2, selenium and manganese. Oh, and they’re pure protein. What more can you ask for?

Once you start you just can’t stop eating them.

Eneko, who is very smart, already knows all this and has sent in a recipe for our competition. What do you say we combine these mussels with some rice in a tasty and fresh salad?

Pure pleasure.

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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