Sunday, 27 March 2011

Tuna Stew

Broccoli 1
Red onion 1
Tuna (canned, in oil) 1
Parsley (fresh or dried)
Black pepper
Cream 75-100 ml
Soy sauce (tasty one, e.g. Kikkoman)

  1. Cut broccoli into pieces to fit into a pot. Salt it and boil until soft.
  2. In the meantime cut the onion and cook it in a pan using a spoon or two of oil from the tuna for some time.
  3. Add tuna (without the remaining oil).
  4. Add the boiled broccoli, parsley and pepper and then pulverize it using a spatula.
  5. Add the cream and mix everything.
  6. Add some salt if needed, but remember that soy sauce is salty as well.
  7. When in a plate, splash with some soy sauce.

Feel free to add a dash of hot water at any time if you see or hear it fries instead of boiling.
You have to get it off the hob and let it rest covered for up to 20 minutes.
Try it on hot potatoes.

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