Tagged: sailing recipe

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“The Oasis of Life in the Middle of Nowhere”

On the far south part of Pelješac peninsula, there is a small hidden bay, surrounded by mountains and hills – Kobaš bay. This bay also hides something every foodie would appreciate – Niko’s fishermen house. Here, you will not only eat delicious, homemade and fresh food, but also find out about the owner’s family history and tradition.

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Is Polenta an Aphrodisiac?

Polenta is very simple to prepare and you can prepare it in many ways and serve it as a single dish or as a side dish. Here, you will find a recipe for polenta which is so tasty that you can serve it as a single dish.

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Marinated sardines as a cool snack

Marinated sardines are the most appropriate seafood meal for hot summer days during the sailing trip. Preparation is really very simple, with lots of  Mediterranean herbs, vinegar, lemon and olive oil. With this meal, you will not make a mess in your galley and you will eat something really original and traditional in the Croatian Adriatic.

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Fishermen’s Brodet

Brodet is the most typical Dalmatian dish. It is made from fish, and can be translated as “fish stew”. There are numerous types of brodet, so there is a possibility that you will never eat the same brodet twice. In the following blog post, we bring you an old recipe for fishermen’s brodet, which used to be made on trawlers.

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Cheap Trick for Cooking Fish on Board

Cooking fish on board a yacht can be a tricky business, especially when it refers to grilling and frying. For a start, not many sailing yachts are equipped with an on-board grill. Second, open fire ashore is strictly forbidden in Croatia. Finally, the smell of a cooked fish can linger on your yacht for days. Our skipper brings you a cheap trick for cooking fish on board, and it involves a tin foil. Learn more!

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Spring Delight

We have already written how every culture and community have their own signs of knowing when one season ends and another begins. People who are closely in touch with nature can predict such changes better than anyone else. Our skipper has his own way or predicting when spring will arrive. To learn how having good taste in food can announce you the beginning of spring, read this story!

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Meatballs – The Offer You Cannot Refuse

The sailing experience across the Mediterranean is never truly complete without preparing an authentic Mediterranean dish. There are plenty of simple and tasteful dishes that you can make on your yacht. Salads, pasta and fish are the most common sailing meals, but there are many others that you can try as well. This time, I will teach you how to prepare – meatballs.

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Try the Almost Forgotten Salad Made of Lentils and Tuna

Although it may not seem attractive or plentiful, lentils and tuna salad is a fantastic dish guaranteed to restore your energy and refresh you on warm days. It is very simple to make, with most ingredients obtainable at any grocery store. You are definitely going to enjoy this traditional meal.

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You’ve Got to Be Kidding Me – That Simple?

What to do with a jar full of freshly caught and marinated anchovies? Well, just grate some fresh carrots, put a little capers, add the anchovies and some homemade olive oil. You can also add a few drops of freshly squeezed lemon juice. Healthy, delicious and refreshing!

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Minestrone – What Could That Be?

Minestrone is basically a vegetable soup. It originates from Italy and literally translated it means a big soup, so it can be served as a main course. Minestrone consists of vegetables, but if you want to enrich it add some dried Istrian sausage or dried beef meat. Feel free to share your ideas and impressions.