TUNA KETTLE RECIPE

TUNA KETTLE RECIPE
TUNA KETTLE RECIPE

We entered the winter and almost nothing better than a fish stew and potatoes restorative for both our stomach, and our palate.
I’ll post a typical dish in Spanish Cuisine such as the pot or marmitako.
This Recipe for tuna kettle am sure you will love it and it can be done with various blue fish both as white.

Let’s go, Foodies !!!
Ingredients:
– 1 kg. of tuna
– 5 medium potatoes
– 1 large onion
– 2 green peppers
1 liter fish soup
– 1/2 cup white wine
– 1 tablespoon pepper
– 1 teaspoon paprika
– 1 Guindilla
– 1 tomato

– 1 Garlic
– Finally, a bay leaf, olive oil and salt.
We started chopping the onion into strips and peppers into strips, garlic, we chop it very small and add all the ingredients to a pan with olive oil, put it on low heat and add the paprika and bay leaf.
Then add the grated tomato, stir and continue with the very low heat so that all ingredients are blended.
When this enough poached and add the white wine and let the alcohol evaporate up the fire.
Now is the time to take the potatoes and cut into “cachelos” broken off so that in this way we get a thicker broth thanks to the starch released.
Add the fish broth, put the heat to high until it starts to boil, lower the heat and leave for half an hour (we cover the pan); When the potatoes are soft tacos nice add about 3 minutes, stirring the pot by the handles (since if stir with bucket can break the potatoes and fish).
For best results it’s time to turn off the heat and cover the pan so they just made tuna heat without disintegrating.
Ideally, let it stand for half an hour before serving and if left for the next day the result is spectacular since we will have achieved a thick rich broth.
It is also an option to cook at night and have dinner ready for the next day 😉

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