Canned seafood (Conservas) in Spain is considered a delicacy and is enjoyed country-wide in restaurants and bars. Ramon Pena's small horse mackerels are selected at the port from fishing boats at the many fisheries of the Spanish Galician Rias. Ramon Pena grills and toasts the Mackerel then hand packs then in tins with quality olive oil. Serve as tapas together with fresh crusty bread.
Conservas Ramon Pena is a premier producer of fine canned seafood. Hand cleaned, prepared, and packed treasures from the Galician Rias, Atlantic Ocean, and Mediterranean Sea are aged in can to perfection. Eat these delicacies straight from the can or use to explore traditional Spanish seafood recipes.
About Ramón Peña:
Surrounded by the cool, clean waters of the Atlantic and the Old World spirit of Spain’s Iberian Peninsula, there is no better place than Galicia for Ramón Peña to have mastered his technique. He insists on being the first to the morning fish auctions, purchasing only the absolute best of each day’s catch. After cooking in fresh seawater, each offering is hand-packed into tins one tasty morsel at a time. Only small producers like Peña, who use time-tested artisan techniques, are able to capture the intrinsic flavors and preserve the incomparable texture of pristine seafood.
There are so many ways to enjoy tinned seafood, but we like it best right out of the can with freshly baked bread and a glass of un-oaked white wine.
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