RE: [] Any tuna inspiration?

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From: Russell Joanne \(ST\)
Subject: RE: [] Any tuna inspiration?
Date: 10:20 on 03 Jan 2007
Just before Xmas we went to scotland and my mother in law served us tuna
with some side dishes of leek and red onion and wild rice.  - I've
emailed her for the meal recipe - it was LOVELY!  (But fattening) - her
email below.

The meal was grilled tuna although I usually just pan fry it in a tiny
of olive oil.
The sauce was finely chopped leeks and red onion with white wine and
cream. Just throw in the leeks and red onion into a hot frying pan with
a little olive oil and butter and sauteed then shove in some wine and
finally some cream.

If you don't want the wine and cream you can add some soft cheese if you

prefer maybe Boursin which goes really creamy.

The rice I add some finely chopped chilli's - red and green and
just add anything that you like. Spinach and chopped french beans are
and you can also add some garlic if you like.

-----Original Message-----
From: salvo [mailto:sprofita@xxxxxxxx.xx.xx] 
Sent: 30 December 2006 16:57
Subject: [] Any tuna inspiration?

I have a good line caught tuna steak, some winter greens and store
ingredients inc. noodles & plenty of spices. No fresh herbs.

Any suggestions what I can do with it tonight? I'm thinking something 
involving soy sauce/fish sauce/garlic ?

i like my tuna rare natch.

culinary ideas welcome

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