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Tonijn cream

Tonijn cream

María, from In my little Kitchen, is taking part in our recipe competition with a delicious snack of Dutch inspiration. It is a delicious tuna cream (“tonjin” is tuna in Dutch) for dipping that has a very special touch. Read more

Eggs stuffed with tuna and piquillo peppers

Eggs stuffed with tuna and piquillo peppers

Stuffed eggs dishes are one of the best places to let our imaginations fly. They let us show off all kinds of preparation and presentation techniques and are always a hit, especially if made with canned fish. White tuna and piquillo peppers are the stuffing’s stars in this recipe from La cocina de Juani, and they make a great couple. Want to see the rest of this delicious duet’s ingredients? Here’s the recipe. Read more

Pasta salad with tuna belly

Pasta salad with tuna belly

Today’s recipe has reminded us that we’re just a month away from spring!

Although they can be eaten at any time of the year, just looking at a pasta salad like the one Eva has sent in to us makes us think about good weather and outdoor meals. And what’s more, it’s not just any pasta salad, because the dressing has a special touch that you’re going to love.

It can be eaten cold or warm, and Eva recommends that we make more than enough, as the following day it can be enjoyed adding some lettuce to it. Read more

Assorted tuna canapés

Assorted tuna canapés

We’re in the middle of winter and when it’s cold outside (cool, for those of us from the North) we might not feel like going out… So, how about inviting our friends round for a bite to eat at our place? Thanks to Silvia, we have the perfect recipe for this fantastic plan. Some white tuna three-in-one canapés that you’re going to love. Read more

Christmas canapés: Soft tuna and mussels nougat

Christmas canapés: Soft tuna and mussels nougat

A few of you are surely thinking… nougat in a starter? Nougat canapés? Well yes, my friends, because Sofía has got out her ladle and has prepared a very special “turrón” (nougat) for our Christmas canapé competition. Read more

Stuffed eggs in little glasses

Stuffed eggs in little glasses

At Serrats, we’ve seen all kinds of stuffed eggs, or at least so we thought. Now Silvia has sent us a surprising recipe, namely for its presentation in little glasses.

We’re sure you’ll take note of this recipe to surprise guests at your next meal. If you’re looking for more ideas to round out your menu, you can always check out its author’s blog, Chez Silvia. Read 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

How about you? 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

Avocado stuffed with Cantabrian anchovies and tuna

Avocado stuffed with Cantabrian anchovies and tuna

Avocado goes extremely well with our tinned fish! With Cantabrian anchovies, with different types of tuna… We can create gold medal dishes such as this idea that Margarita, from the blog Entre amigos (“Among Friends”), has sent in for our recipe competition. And “among friends” is exactly how we are going to enjoy this dish. Bon appétit! Read more

Christmas canapés: Crab pâté

Christmas canapés: Crab pâté

After a successful Christmas Eve dinner (of course it was!), we’re starting to think up new canapés for the last dinner of the year. Manoli has sent in a great idea to get you going that is easy and quick to prepare. And you can find many more recipes on her blog Olor Andaluz. Take note! Read more