The pintxos morunos is a Moorish dish of Spanish cuisine, like kebabs. It represents the slices of meat cooked on the coals. There is nothing complicated about it, and the trick lies in the spices. In Africa (where the Moors came from), it is prepared mainly from mutton. In Spain – most often from pork or chicken. I suggest you try the tuna version. But you can take the marinade from this recipe as a basis and use any other meat.
Another fish dish. This time I took fresh fish, cut into portions. In the marinade proposed in the previous recipe, I added only dried dill, removing semolina and corn starch, from which I made breading. I try not to freeze the fish, but use it fresh.
Living by the sea and not cooking fish dishes is not possible. Therefore, living in Dagestan, fish dishes often appear in my menu. I try not to freeze the fish, but use it immediately after bringing it from the market, as I consider it a tender product. In this dish, everything depends on the quality of the fish. The marinade will not let you down in terms of taste: the most fishy.
Very tasty and tender casserole with a creamy taste, surrounded by vegetables and cheese.
Congrio fish is called shrimp fish for a reason: its taste really resembles the taste of shrimp. The meat is both quite dense and at the same time juicy and tender. You can cook it in any way, I chose the most traditional: fried in a pan in a light flour breading. Pre-marinated a little. It turned out so well that the 700-gram package – 6 pieces – my wife and I were able to do in one sitting. When specifying the cooking time, I do not take into account the time spent on marinating the fish: it took me two hours, but it can be less.
I love salted mackerel, but in another form I do not like it because of the specific taste. Simple, fast, and the result is very pleased!
Tuna steak can be prepared in a variety of ways. This time, I suggest using garlic sauce.
Baking anything in foil-meat, fish, poultry, vegetables – almost always gives a perfect result. The product retains its natural taste and is stewed in its own juice. Pink salmon itself is not fat at all, so I always baked it, stuffing it with lard.
Baked trout with pears and nuts will decorate the festive table and gray everyday life. Pear notes and nutty crumbs will complement the delicate taste of trout and will not leave indifferent even the most discerning gourmets!
A simple version of cooking Spanish-style rice with capers and anchovies.