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Diced tuna cacciatore

ingredients

servings

4

Fresh tuna

500 oz

Garlic

1 wedge

Celery

1 stem

Celery

1 stem

Carrots

1 unit

Onions

1 half

Fresh rosemary

1 sprig

White table wine

1 glass

Iodized salt

to taste

Pepper

to taste

Extra virgin olive oil

to taste

second courses from Italy

Diced tuna cacciatore

Diced tuna cacciatore

with fish high in potassium

ready in

40 minutes

difficulty

daily requirement

100% Fat

100% Protein

100% Carbohydrates

translated by Italian with google translate

Diced tuna cacciatore

A seafood dish that can seem complicated and time consuming to make, but no. The tuna diced cacciatora is a simple dish, tasty and satisfying. Although, as I buoningorda that I am, I could eat it in spades.

Diced tuna cacciatore step 1

step 1

It really is more said than done. First take the tuna fillets and, very gently, and a sharp knife, go get it into cubes.

Diced tuna cacciatore step 2

step 2

Meanwhile, in a pan put a little oil with garlic, onion diced, grated carrot and celery into small cubes. Sauté everything and go and remove the garlic clove.

Diced tuna cacciatore step 3

step 3

You can now add the chopped rosemary and diced tuna.

Diced tuna cacciatore step 4

step 4

Cook for 2-3 minutes, then pour in a glass of wine. At this point the worst is over, you have pretty much finished.

Diced tuna cacciatore step 5

step 5

You just have to put the lid on and let go of the cooking.

Diced tuna cacciatore step 6

step 6

Halfway through cooking, add salt and pepper according to your taste and if it appears too dry, the sauce, and tuna is still very raw, or you can add another glass of wine or a drink of water.

Diced tuna cacciatore step 7

step 7

Remember to stir from time to time with great delicacy.

Diced tuna cacciatore step 8

step 8

When the vegetables have softened and tuna be cooked, you can turn off and serve.

Diced tuna cacciatore step 9

step 9

I recommend you eat it hot.

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