A traditional Spanish tapas originating from the Murcia region, this delight is similar to a Russian salad, the difference being it is served on boat shaped bread sticks called rosquillas, topped with an anchovy. Hence the name of the salad Marinera, meaning sailor.
3 small potatoes
200g jar of pickled mixed vegetables (carrots, peas, green beans, etc.)
4 tins of tuna chunks
Boil the potatoes and let them cool.
In a bowl, lightly mash the potato without pureeing it and add the jar of vegetables and the well-drained tuna.
Add the mayonnaise and mix all the ingredients in an enveloping way so as not to crush them.
Mount the salad onto the bread stick (rosquilla) on the side of the knot.
Top the salad with an anchovy to complete the marinara.