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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

Savoury anchovy and cheese buns

Savoury anchovy and cheese buns

Marta, from Sopla que te quemas, is taking part in our recipe competition with some mouth-watering savoury buns with anchovies from the Bays of Biscay and sheep’s cheese. They can be eaten both hot or cold, but we find them hard to resist, so we eat them straight out of the oven; though we do blow on them a bit to avoid burning ourselves. Read more

Focaccia with courgette alioli and marinated anchovies

Focaccia with courgette alioli and marinated anchovies

Cooking with Serrats isn’t closed for the holidays, but thanks to your recipes we’re travelling around a lot. In fact, we can even be in two places at the same time. Today, for example, we’re going to Italy with Carmen and her delicious homemade focaccia. But at the same time, we’re staying here with the wholesome flavour of the Cantabrian sea with our marinated anchovies. This is why we love to sit down à table con Carmen! Read more

Little sea and garden wholegrain packages

Little sea and garden wholegrain packages

In all these years we have never ceased to be surprised by the wonders you come up with for our recipe competition. You’re amazing!

Today’s recipe is from Juani’s kitchen: a home-made dough, some lovingly chopped and sweated vegetables, some prawns and the special touch of our tuna in brine… They are Juana‘s little sea and garden wholegrain packages. And we’re sure that when you try them you’ll make them your own too.

Let’s get cracking! Read more

Tuna calzone

Tuna calzone

Between pizza and pastry, calzone is a speciality from Naples which, like many other Italian recipes, has travelled the world to arrive at our kitchens. Today, we have the “piacere” of enjoying Olivia’s recipe, a fantastic tuna calzone with homemade dough. Read more