|World Food Spain (World Food Series)|
|by Beverly Leblanc|
Capture the true spirit of Spanish cooking with this classic collection of recipes, encompassing the rich diversity of Spain's regional culinary s...
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In a shallow ... 2 8 oz tuna steaks, you might ... tuna. For grilled squash, brush with marinade frequently during grilling, and grill until just tender.
Marinate for 1 hour or so - turn after 30 minutes. Then grill, basting as fish cooks.
Combine marinade ingredients ... dish and add tuna steaks. Cover and ... over cook. Serves 4. Swordfish, salmon or mahi mahi may be substituted for tuna.
In bowl mix tuna, cottage cheese, ... sprouts and another slice of toast. Makes 8 sandwiches. Also good for stuffing large tomatoes or as a spread on crackers.
Mix tuna-marinade ingredients in ... inside. Arrange fish on a platter and serve with your favorite green-bean salad. Sprinkle fish with olives and parsley.
You'll need 2 ... loaves into wedges. Makes 6 servings. Stir together: Combine: Reserve 1-2 tablespoons of dressing for bread lid; mix rest with tuna mixture.
In mixing bowl combine tuna, cottage cheese, ... Spread 1/3 to 1/2 cup tuna mixture on half the toast; top each with sprouts and another slice of toast.
In mixing bowl ... 7 ingredients. Stir together mayonnaise, lemon pepper, marinade and salt; fold into tuna mixture. Cover and chill until ready to use.
Cook peppers on grill or broiler, turning frequently until all sides are blackened. Put peppers in paper bag and seal until they have cooled. Peel ...
Whisk marinade ingredients ... until smooth. Add tuna, fennel, and ... NOTE: This tuna is very moist and flavorful if it isn't over cooked, watch carefully.
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