Hiring a boat to sail round Ibiza and Formentera is one of the most recommended experiences at any time of year.
If your plan is to spend several days on board travelling round the islands, you will need to remember that you will be anchoring in bays that do not have a catering service on board. For this reason, here we present you a couple of fresh, healthy and easy-to-prepare recipes so that cooking for the entire crew doesn’t become a tiresome chore. We also have an appetizing catering menu with a different variety of dishes to be ready before you come on board.
If you feel like a motivated chef during your sailing vacation, find below two healthy recipies to surprise your crew members:
4 cherry tomatoes
Quinoa (or brown rice)
1 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil
Open the avocados and scoop out the flesh, placing it in a bowl.
Squeeze the lemon juice over them and stir until a paste forms.
Grate the tomatoes and add them to the mixture.
Chop some of the coriander and put it in the bowl.
Mix the cooked quinoa (or rice) with the rest of the ingredients.
Add one tablespoon of oil.
Stir everything together until it forms a smooth mixture and use it to fill the avocado halves.
Place them in a dish and decorate with finely cut cherry tomatoes and the rest of the chopped coriander.
8 hard-boiled eggs
2 tins of tuna in water
½ can of sweetcorn
1 handful of cashews
1 tablespoon of mayonnaise (can be vegan)
8 pitted olives
1 slice of red pepper
Peel the eggs and cut them lengthways in half.
Remove the yolk with a teaspoon and some of the white. Set aside some of the whites.
Drain the tuna.
Cut the apple and onion very finely.
Crush the cashews.
Mix everything in a bowl together with the yolks and the tablespoon of mayonnaise.
Stuff the eggs with the mixture and place them on a dish.
Put the whites of the eggs that you set aside in a sieve and squash them with a spoon onto the eggs to decorate them.
Cut the pepper into thin slices and decorate each egg with one of them.
Chop the olives finely and sprinkle over the top.