Many Mediterranean countries have a version of this salad which is ideal for the hot summer months. This version, known as Tonno e Fagioli, is from Sardinia . I found it in ” Gino’s Italian Escapes” by Gino D’Acampo. Serve with crusty bread.
These smoky and spicy fritters are from ” Cook as You Are ” by Ruby Tandoh. They make an easy lunch or breakfast dish and are loosely based on Jamaican salt cod fitters. Serve with a dressed green salad.
Tuna is one of my favourite fish and I am always pleased to find new ways of cooking it . Here’s a recipe from ” Cook Simple ” by Diana Henry. If you like you can make the sauce for this ahead of time and then just cook the tuna at the last minute.
A recipe from Diana Henry based on the Classic Italian Tuna and Bean Salad. For the best results use the best quality tuna and anchovies, but for a cheap and cheerful lunch supermarket tinned tuna will suffice.
An easy classic Italian recipe from Joe Trivelli, Head Chef at the renowned River Cafe, London.
A recipe for lightly seared Tuna from Turkey which i found in Claudia Roden’s ” Arabesque”. Serve with a salad or Mashed Potatoes with Olive Oil and Spring Onions.
A quick but classic recipe from ” Melts” by Fern Green. I also like like to do make this on toasted seeded bagels and then pop it under the grill until the cheese melts.
An easy supper from ” Simple Food” by Jill Dupleix.
An Italian recipe for Tuna from Rick Stein’s ” Seafood Odyssey”.
A Japanese inspired fish dish from Jenny Linford’s ” The London Cookbook”.
A Galician recipe from Maria Jose Sevilla’s ” Spain on a Plate”.
A Sicilian recipe from Sophie Grigson’s “Travels a La Carte”.
A version of Tuna with Sweet Onions from Jerez shared in ” Moro The Cookbook”.
A Japanese style recipe from Nigella Lawson’s ” Forever Summer” . You can grill, fry or barbeque the fish, but only cook it briefly .She recommends serving with tender stem broccoli.
A Basque Tuna stew now renowned throughout Spain from ” Spain on a Plate”.