Yellowfin Tuna

The scientific name of the yellowfin tuna is THUNNUS ALBACARES, and it is a migratory specie that is caught in tropical and equatorial waters. Its pectorals fins are much shorter than the pectoral fins of the white tuna and are yellow. This species of tuna can grow to a length of 2 meters and can weigh around 200 kg. with a scaly body and a voluminous tail. This species is the most fished of the tunas and as a result is the most common tuna used in preserves. The Yellowfin Tuna is highly valued by consumers, even though its flavour is not as delicate and texture not as tender compared to White Tuna, and has a redder colour to its meat.

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Lettuce hearts with anchovies and melon vinaigrette

Lettuce hearts with anchovies and melon vinaigrette

Lettuce hearts with anchovies and melon vinaigrette

Lettuce hearts with anchovies and melon vinaigrette

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2019/06/14

Tudela lettuce hearts with anchovies are a classic dish. The very paradigm of simplicity. Proof alone that, when the raw materials are good, a few ingredients are all that is needed to enjoy a genuine delight... And lettuce hearts and anchovies are exactly that! What do you think when you see lettuce hearts? We always imagine them topped with fillets of Cantabrian anchovies from the Bay of Biscay!

But when it comes to seasoning a lettuce heart salad with anchovies, there’s more than one way to skin a cat, so today we’d like to suggest Iratxe’s recipe, with diced melon to give it a surprising touch. Take note!

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Dice the melon.
  2. Chop the peppers into small squares
  3. In a bowl, mix the diced melon and pieces of peppers.
  4. Add extra virgin olive oil and a splash of lime juice. Mix together everything well.
  5. Cut the lettuce hearts into quarters and assemble on a plate.
  6. Place an anchovy fillet on top of each piece of lettuce heart.
  7. Add the dressing to the lettuce hearts and anchovies.

Lettuce hearts with anchovies and melon vinaigrette

What a delicious combination! Thanks, Iratxe!


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“Cantabrian style” avocado salad

“Cantabrian style” avocado salad

“Cantabrian style” avocado salad

“Cantabrian style” avocado salad

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2019/06/05

Today, we suggest an avocado salad with a seafood touch from the Cantabrian Sea. We know you love avocado as you have been using it in many recipes (wraps, salads, toasts...), so we are sure you’ll like the salad sent by Isabel (La hormiga tenaz) ​​for our recipe contest.

As you know, avocado is a fruit with tons of benefits. Besides, it goes really well with fish preserves. Isabel is aware of that, and this time her avocado salad is enhanced with Cantabrian anchovies in olive oil. And to serve this delicious combination of flavors, there is nothing better than using the skin of the avocado as a small boat.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Cut the avocados in half, remove the seed and empty with a spoon. Set aside the skin, since it will be used as a base to serve the salad.
  2. Chop the avocado flesh in a bowl and add a few drops of lemon juice (to prevent oxidation).
  3. Add the chopped black olives (set some whole olives aside for decoration), the sliced ​​surimi sticks, the cherry tomatoes cut into quarters and the cut anchovies (set some whole anchovies aside for presentation). Mix well.
  4. To finish, fill the avocado skin halves with the mixture and drizzle with olive oil from the anchovies to enhance the flavor.
  5. For decoration, roll some whole anchovies around the black olives and sprinkle black sesame seeds to taste.

A fresh and yummy salad. Thank you, Isabel!


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Cantabrian anchovies in olive oil

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