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Cuban-style rice with white tuna

Cuban-style rice with white tuna

Cuban-style rice is a dish that should be on the list of the (gastronomic) wonders of the world. A pleasure for the senses with the simplest ingredients. And if we also innovate a little and give it a maritime touch like Agustín (El bullir de Agus) has, the result is indescribable. Read more

Trapani-style macaroni

Trapani-style macaroni

Today it´s the turn of Italian cuisine, everyone. Sicilian, to be precise. And more specifically, from Trapani, the westernmost province of the island. Today we´re on our travels with Agnes (Sabor a cocina) and her Trapani-style macaroni.  Take a look at this recipe, because in 30 minutes it will help you make a very tasty dish. Read more

Fried noodle, vegetable and white tuna fideuá

Fried noodle, vegetable and white tuna fideuá

Don’t miss this fideuá recipe sent to us by Rosalía, from Ross Gastronómica. Fried noodles, vegetables and white tuna are the main trio of ingredients for this recipe that can hold its own against paellas, barbecues or any signature dish.  Read more

Tuna-stuffed courgette gratin

Tuna-stuffed courgette gratin

 

Today we present the tuna-stuffed courgette gratin sent in by Sofia as her entry in our recipe contest. Some well-fried vegetables, a bit of yellowfin tuna and a touch of gratin make this dish a delight for the whole family. Hungry? Well this recipe is easy to make. And while it´s cooking in the oven, we recommend you take a look at Sofía’s blog and discover more of her tasty dishes. Read more

Sardella calabrese

Sardella calabreseSardella calabrese is a spicy paste made with sardines, ideal for spreading on any bread. If you like trying recipes from other cuisines (in this case, Calabrian) as much as we do, then don’t miss the recipe sent to us by Elena. It’s ideal for sharing, too! Read more

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

White tuna au gratin with alioli

White tuna au gratin with alioli

This White tuna au gratin with alioli sent in by Marino is ideal to warm yourself up during the coldest winter days and enjoy a dish full of flavour. It’s easy to prepare and the result is spectacular. Read more

Christmas canapés: Chickpea and White Tuna Bites

Christmas canapés: Chickpea and White Tuna Bites

We’re nearing the end of the Christmas canapé competition, with some surprising chickpea and White Tuna bites sent in byThais (Recetario sano). Apart from being a good idea to include legumes in our Christmas menus, these snacks are prepared in the oven. So it’s all advantages! Read more

Christmas canapés: Mussel beignets

Christmas canapés: Mussel beignets

Today in our Christmas canapé competition, we present some deliciously original mussel beignets. Margarita, from the Acibechería blog, has shared with us one of the snacks she’ll be preparing for her Christmas family meal. We’re sure that success is guaranteed! If you also want to succeed, take note of this recipe. Read more

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