"Tuna and green onion ajillo" simple recipe
|material ( For 2 people )|
|Tuna fence (for sashimi)||200g|
|Grated garlic||2 tsp|
|Eagle talon||Appropriate amount|
|soy sauce||2 tablespoons|
"Ahijo" is a dish that you can enjoy various variations by changing the ingredients. I used to make ajillo using mackerel cans and hanpen , but this time I will introduce the recipe of "tuna and green onion ajillo".
◆ Materials (for 2 people)Tuna fence (for sashimi) 200g
1 long onion Maitake 1/2 bag Bunashimeji 1/2 bag Olive oil 150ml
Grated garlic (tube is OK) 2 tsp
Hawk's claw 1 teaspoon of consomme
2 tablespoons soy sauce
◆ How to make1. Cut the tuna into bite-sized dice. Put tuna, soy sauce (1 tbsp) and garlic (1 tsp) in a plastic bag and soak in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes.
2. Cut the green onions diagonally. Loosen the mushrooms and maitake mushrooms.
3. Put olive oil, hawk claws and garlic (1 teaspoon) in a frying pan and heat on medium heat.
4. When the scent comes out, add the green onions and mushrooms to the frying pan.
5. When the green onions are stuffy, add tuna, consomme and soy sauce (1 tbsp) and heat for about 3 minutes to complete.
◆ What is the taste?The outside of the tuna is cooked and moist, and the inside is a little rare and smooth. The taste is moderately soaked by soaking it. The taste of tuna, the aroma of soy sauce, the scent of garlic, the spiciness of hawk's claws, and the sweetness of green onions are all incredibly delicious!
Speaking of ajillo, it is standard to match baguettes, but this is also a perfect companion for rice. Of course, it goes well with alcohol.