Thursday, October 30, 2008

Tuna Fillet Coated with Bread and Pepper




Sorry for being away from the blog a bit but this month work (also photographic) and flu left me very little spare time to spend cooking, beside I'm more a photographer than a cook, but my financial status doesn't permit me to hire a proper food stylist, so you have to bear with me!
Begging your pardon today I present sea food that could be appreciated also by people who doesn't like fish. Tuna fillet is very "meat like" and this recipe makes it even more so.


Ingredients for approximately 4 persons: 4 steaks of tuna fillet, 4 medium sized shallots, grated bread, grinded pepper, white wine, parsley, olive oil, salt.

Preparation: wet the tuna with white wine then coat it with the bread, pepper and a pinch of salt, being careful to create an uniform coat. Wet a baking tin with some oil then put the tuna steaks over it. Put the tin in the oven making it grill until the coat will be well browned. In the meanwhile prepare the dishes finely cutting the shallots over them. Place the hot steaks over them and serve with some parsley garnishes.

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5 commenti :

Il gatto goloso said...

Mi sembra un'ottimo pranzetto!
Deve essere molto aromatico vero? Ti rifaccio i complimenti per le fotografie sempre perfette... senti maa mi faresti un corso accelerato?!?!? eh eh !
:-)

Alessandro Guerani said...

@gato goloso
Si è molto aromatico ma è più delicato di quanto pensassi. Per quanto riguarda il corso accelerato... mah.. magari un domani quando deciderò di farlo come professione a temp pieno se ne può parlare :D

Anonymous said...

Sei solo capace di fotografarli i piatti o sai anche cucinare?
Quelli del C.R.B.

Chocolat said...

Mi piacerebbe tu partecipassi al mio premio della buona azione per festeggiare i 100 post ! Chocolat
http://cookinginrome.blogspot.com/2008/10/100-good-deed-prize-il-premio-della.html

Christelle said...

I am sorry I don't speak Italian, I just wanted to say at how gorgeous and apetising your photos are ...
Very original recipes as well!

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