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Atlantida on Social Media

Our company is now on facebook. Like us in order to check our news and offers immediately.

Here is the link!

www.facebook.com/atlantidatournavitis

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Christmas Offers

New Christmas offers:

  • COD (Headless, 200-300) -20%
  • SHRIMP MEAT (40-60, 500γρ.) -20%
  • ARROW N.Z. IN RINGS (Headless, 500γρ). -10%
  • IMPORTED OCTOPUS (1-2kg) -10%
  • OCTOPUS Τ5 (1,2-1,5kg) – 10%
  • VANNAMEI SHRIMP (20-30) -20%
  • INDIAN SQUID (10-20D) -20%
  • SERIOLA (Whole, Headless, Slice) -30%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you need any further information don’t hesitate to contact us.

The above discounts are valid until 31/12/2015 or while stocks last.

 

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Suggest your own!

Suggest your  own recipes associated with fish and seafood and we will be   glad to publish them !

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Velour redfish with vegetables & saffron

one kilo frozen redfish

celery diced 100 gr

two onions chopped

potatoes cut into cubes

Olive oil 80 ml

saffron 2 gives

4 egg yolks

white wine 130 ml

corn flour 60gr

sour cream 200 ml

salt & white pepper

 

Directions

 

1.Thaw redfish and purified from the scales and viscera.Put it in a saucepan with two liters of cold water to boil on low heat for 20 minutes

2.remove the fish from the pan and allow to cool slightly.

3.Strain the broth and add the saffron

4.In another skillet saute the vegetables with olive oil

5. Add the wine and add the zomo. Boil vegetables for 6-7 minutes

6.Whisk in a bowl whisk the egg yolks, sour cream and corn flour.Pour some hot broth into the bowl and continue beating until the cream is warm.

7.With constant flow and constant stirring, pour the contents of the bowl into the pot with the vegetables and let the soup for 1-2 minutes to boil

8.Season to taste and remove from heat.

9.Purify redfish carefully cut it small pieces and add to soup.

10. Serve the soup hot

(recipe of H.E.P.O.)

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Common sole with Herbs

fillets of sole (4 pieces x 160 gr each one )

butter 50 gr

chopped fresh tarragon 1 tablespoon

chopped leek  1 tablespoon

chopped parsley 12 tablespoon

sour cream 1 tablesppon

salt and freshly ground pepper

 

directions

1.Preheat oven to 180 degrees

2.Wrap fillets of sole rolls and place in baking dish

3.put a small piece of butter on each fillet and cook in the preheated oven for 7-10 minutes

4.Heat over low heat cream.Sprinkle the chopped herbs, stir and season

5.Serve the fillets of sole drizzled with hot sauce

6.Serve fillets of sole with potatoes sauteed the vegetables and garnish with lemon slices

(recipe of H.E.P.O.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Calamari stuffed

Ingredients:

calamari Measure-12 pieces
bulgur 250 gr
1 onion chopped
2-3 chives
4 cloves chopped garlic
2 spoonful tablespoon chopped dill
gruyere or salty cheece grated
chopped parsley
white wine 300ml
ripe tomatoes cut into cubes
100 ml olive oil
salt & pepper

Directions.

1.Place the bulgur in warm water to soften

2.Clean the squid and chop only the heads and tentacles

3.Sauté in olive oil, garlic and onion and add the chopped squid

4.When absorb fluids, stop with 100ml wine and add the tomatoes and groats.Mix it carefully for 2-3 minutes.Anakatefete carefully for 2-3 minutes

5.Remove from heat and add cheese, parsley, dill and pepper.

6.Fill the squid and close them with a toothpick.Sauté them with remaining wine

7.simmer, covered, over low heat for about 30 minutes, making sure there are always liquid in the pot

8.Serve warm, whole or sliced

(recipe of H.E.P.O)

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Octopus Stew

Ingredients:

octopus purified 1.5kg
onions for stew 1 kilo
olive oil 160 ml
2-3 cloves of garlic chopped
tomato puree 2 tablespoons
250ml of wine
salt & pepper
2 bay leaves
cinnamon wood 2
8 cloves
1 sprig fresh thyme (optional)

Directions.
1.you cut octopus into small pieces and place in a saucepan.Bake it slow(covered) for 40 minutes

2.Sauté the onions in a deep pot and olive oil over very low heat for 10-15 minutes.

3.Add the garlic and when octopusis ready add the octopus,pour this into the pot and stir for a few minutes.

4.Add the tomato paste and spices and continue stirring

5.Add the wine and add the chopped tomatoes and a glass of water

6. Braise at low temperature for about 30 minutes.If it is necessary add more water

7.Before serving, remove the spices and garnish with a little thyme

(recipe of H.E.P.O.)

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10 healthy lifestyle tips for kids

Do you remember when you learned to ride a bike? The most important part was getting the balance right. Once you could balance easily, the pedals could turn smoothly, to drive the wheels and get the bike moving.

The same thing is true when it comes to choosing our food. Once we have learned to carefully balance the amounts and types of foods eaten, all the organs in the body will function smoothly and the body will work efficiently.
Following these ten tips will help you stay fit and healthy. It’s as easy as riding a bike, once you’ve got the balance right!

1. Food is Fun… Enjoy your food

Sharing a meal with family and friends at home or at school is a great way to enjoy food. It is fun to see other people’s choice of food – what do your friends eat? Do you try different foods every day? Check out your lunch box or dinner plate. How many different kinds of fruit and vegetables can you spot?

2. Breakfast is a very important meal

Just like cars, buses and trains cannot run without fuel, our bodies need energy to work. Especially after a night’s sleep, energy levels are low. So, whether you are off to school, or out and about at the weekend, start the day with breakfast. Plenty of carbohydrates is just the ticket: try cereal with milk, fruit or yoghurt, toast or bread, perhaps with lean meats.

3. Eat lots of different foods every day, variety is the recipe for health

You need over 40 different nutrients (such as vitamins and minerals) every day for good health. Since there is no single food that contains them all, it is important to balance your daily choices. In fact there are no good or bad foods, so you do not need to miss out on the foods you enjoy. The best way to make sure you get the right balance is to eat a wide variety of foods each day.

4. Which group would you tip for the top? Base your food on carbohydrates

About half the calories in your diet should come from carbohydrate foods, such as cereals, rice, pasta, potatoes and bread, so it is a good idea to include at least one of these at every meal. Try whole grain bread, pasta and other cereals to give you extra fibre. Have you tried baking your own bread? It’s good fun and smells wonderful!

5. Gimme five! Eat fruits and vegetables with each meal and as tasty snacks!

Fruits and vegetables are among the most important foods for giving us enough vitamins, minerals and fibre. We should all try to eat at least 5 servings a day. For example, a glass of fruit juice at breakfast, perhaps an apple and banana as snacks and two vegetables at meal times. Then you have already reached your total. How many different kinds can you spot in the supermarket? Why not try some new ones?

6. Fat facts. Too much fat is not good for your health

Eating too many of those fatty foods (such as fried potatoes, fried meats and sausages, pies and pastries) might not be so good for your body. Also go easy on fat spreads such as butter and margarines. Although we need some fats to get all the nutrients we need, it is better for our health if we don’t eat too much of these foods and get knocked off balance. So, if you have a high-fat lunch, see if you can have a low-fat dinner at home.

7. Snack attack! Eat regularly and choose a variety of snacks

Even if you eat regular meals during the day, there will still be times in between that you feel hungry, especially if you have been very physically active. Snacks can fill the gap, but should not be eaten in place of meals, only as an extra. There are lots of different snacks available. Your choice may be yoghurt, a handful of fresh or dried fruits, sticks of vegetables like carrots and celery, unsalted nuts or rice crackers, or perhaps a slice of fruit loaf or some bread with cheese. Occasionally, you may prefer crisps and other packet snacks, a chocolate bar, a piece of cake or biscuits. Whichever snack you enjoy, remember it is always good to include a variety of different types to keep things in balance.

8. Quench your thirst. Drink plenty of liquids

Did you know that more than half of your weight is just water? So as well as giving your body all the food it needs each day to keep healthy, you need at least 5 glasses of liquids a day. It is particularly important if the weather is very hot or if you have done lots of exercise, to have plenty to drink. Usually – but not always – your body will tell you this, by making you feel thirsty. Plain water is great of course; you can try tap water or mineral water, plain or flavoured, sparkling or non-sparkling. Fruit juices, tea, soft drinks, milk and other drinks, can all be okay from time to time.

9. Care for those teeth! Brush your teeth at least twice a day

Brush your teeth at least twice a day. Eating foods high in sugar or starches too often during the day can play a part in tooth decay. So don’t nibble foods and sip drinks all day long! Sugar-free chewing gum can help you keep your teeth healthy. However, the best way to keep a nice smile is to brush your teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste. Also, after brushing your teeth at bedtime, don’t eat any food, or drink anything but water!

10. Get moving! Be active every day

Just like a bike may become rusty if it is not used for some time, our muscles and bones need to be kept moving too. Activity is needed to keep your heart healthy and your bones strong. It can also be good fun. Try to include some form of activity every day: it may be just walking to school and running up the stairs. However, games like skipping and football at break times are good for giving the body a workout. Swimming is a particularly good sport for keeping you healthy.

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Shrimp Recipe

Shrimp saganaki (with tomatoes and feta cheese)

Ingredients:

  • 1⁄2 kilo of cleaned shrimps
  • 2 dry onions
  • 3 garlic cloves
  • 1 kilo of ripe red tomatoes suitable for sauce
  • Salt, pepper
  • 250 gr of feta cheese
  • 5 tablespoons of olive oil
  • 1/2 small glass of wine
  • A bit of chopped parsley

Directions.

 

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1. Thaw the frozen Atlantida shrimps, put them in a pot with enough water to cover them, and bring to boil.

2. Let them boil for 5 minutes and keep the water they boiled in for later.

3. Heat the olive oil in a deep non-stick pan and sauté the onions and garlic.

4. Then add the parsley and tomatoes and season with salt and pepper.

5. Cover the pan and let the sauce simmer over low heat for 30 minutes.

6. Then add the shrimps, a little bit of the water they boiled in, and let the saganaki simmer.

7. Before removing the pan from the heat, add grated feta cheese, and mix gently all ingredients together until well incorporated. Serve in a platter garnishing with some chopped parsley.

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