Tuesday, July 27, 2010

My Kind Of Tuna

Aside from sweet Pomelo, packs of Fresh Tuna Belly flew in just a few days ago from Davao. There are plenty of ways to enjoy Tuna. It's a good ingredient to make Sushi, best if grilled, baked or even pan-fried. The dish I'm sharing is one of the easiest way to enjoy a good tuna meal.
enchie’s kitchen
How: Drizzle tuna belly with olive oil, salt and pepper on both sides, calamondin juice and 1/2 tsp of oyster sauce. All you will be needing is a dry frying pan and let the olive oil and the natural oil from the fish do the work.
enchie’s kitchen
Not only it's healthy, but it came out Perfectly, just how I like it. Served with hot rice or partner it with  your favorite 'cold' beer and DVD.


♥peachkins♥ said...

Alam mo, di ako umiinom ng beer. Di ko gusto lasa..ewan ko ba. Pero itong tuna na ito?? Pwede to i-partner kahit saan..

Tetcha said...

That's an easy recipe; I'll try that. I think the same recipe will work on bangus belly, right? Thanks for sharing!

imriz said...

hmmm,looks yummy, at mukha magugustuhan ng mga anak ko.thanks for sharing this post.