Marmitako de bonito is a white tuna casserole typical from the Basque Country, but similar recipes can be found all along the northern coast of Spain. It was a fishermen food and it was prepared while they were on their boats, in search of tuna. Contrary to what one might think, it was traditionally a meal eaten in summer due to the simple fact that the warmer months are when the tunas are out. If the weather is particularly hot, the marmitako can also be eaten lukewarm.
Our tinned marmitako has been made just like the traditional one, bringing together simple and natural ingredients to achieve an amazing casserole. In this tin you will find white tuna, potatoes, onion, peppers, olive oil, white wine and other natural ingredients, but no artificial additives, gluten, egg, soy, dairy products, or any other thing that does not belong to a proper home-made marmitako de bonito.
- Allergens: seafood.
White tuna (40%), potato (38%), olive oil, red pepper (7%), green pepper, water, onion, garlic, white wine, fish broth, choricero pepper, tomato and salt.