Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Origami tuna

A few months ago I watched one old Martha Stewart show where she and her guest were making origami sea bass. Actually they spent more time trying to figure out how to make those origami bags when finally asked the chef to make them. I just loved the idea of steaming fish with some vegetables in baking paper bags, and it's such a nice and healthy way to serve individual servings.For my dish, I used tuna slices with crunchy carrot, zucchini, chilli, spring onion and marinated in Asian style marinate. To make origami bags, follow really clear instructions on Martha Stewart site.

What we need:

for 2 people

300gr fresh tuna
1 carrot
1 small zucchini
2 bunches of sping onion
1 fresh red chilli


for marinate:

1 tsp grated ginger
2 cloves of garlic, grated
2 tbsp of soy sauce
2 tbsp of sesame seed oil
1 lemon juice
salt and black pepper

What we have to do:

1. Mix the marinate ingredients and put your tuna pieces for 15 min to marinate.
2. Clean and peel your carrot, then slice it into stripes or grate it. Slice the zucchini, spring onions and chilli.
3. Preheat the oven 170C.
4. Put a layer of vegetables into your pre-made origami bags, season with salt and pepper, then put your fish on top and sprinkle with some more spring onions. Put one more bag on top so that it would make a closed box and the fish could steam.
5. Put your origami fish box into the oven and steam for 20 minutes.
6. Take out of the oven, remove the top bag and serve the fish with some steamed rice or salad and a slice of lemon. Enjoy!

Receptas Lietuviskai - Origami tuna

As tikrai dziaugiuosi, kad siuo metu vis dar tesiasi tuno sezonas ir Stambule tikrai nesunku gauti sviezio tuno. Taigi ir si karta nuejus parduotuve, zuvies pardavejas tiesiog atpjove grazu gabaliuka nuo didziules zuvies. Grizus namo, jau zinojau, ka gaminsiu, nes pries kelis menesius ziurejau Martha Stewart kartojama laida, kai ji su kazkokia Amerikos rapo zvaigzde gamino zuvi origami dezutese. Zinoma pati Martha buvo labiau susidomejusi, kaip islankstyti sias dezutes. O tikrai nesunku ir po pirmo bandymo, as sulanksciau dar 5 dezutes. Jei susiruosite gaminti zuvi tose origami dezutese, tai vienai porcijai pasiruoskite 2 dezutes ( instrukcijos cia), nes i viena dedame darzoves ir zuvi, o kita dezute naudojame kaip dangti, kuris padeda zuviai ir darzovem pasigaminti garuose. Tikrai idomus, skanus ir sveikas budas pasigaminti betkokia zuvi. Isbandykite mano ar savo recepta!

Reikia ( 2 porcijom):

300gr tuno
1 morkos
1 mazos cukinijos
2 sluoteliu svoguno laisku
1 chilli pipiro

marinatui:

1 a.s. tarkuoto imbiero
2 skilteliu cesnako, tarkuoto
2 v.s. sojos padazo
2 v.s. sezamu seklu aliejaus
1 citrinos sulciu
druskos ir juoduju pipiru

Gaminam:

1. Pasiruosiame marinata, paprasciausiai sumaisydami visus ingridientus. Tada i ji sudedame zuvies gabalelius ir pamarinuojame 15 minuciu.
2. Pasiruosiame darzoves. Nulupame morkas ir sutarkuojame ar supjaustome juostelem, taip pat supjaustome cukinijas, chili, svogunu laiskus.
3. Ikaitiname orkaite 170C.
4. I dezutes po lygiai dedame darzoves ir and virsaus dedame zuvies file, apiberiame svogunu laiskais. Uzdengiame dezutes.
5. Dedame i orkaite 20 min.
6. Pries valgant atidengiame dezutes ir galite pateikti su apatine dezute, kartu su ryziais ar megstamom salotom ir citrinos skiltele. Skanaus!
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4 comments:

  1. mano vaikas dabar švelniai pamišęs ant origami lankstymo, reiks prašyti, kad prilankstytų tokių dėžučių. graži idėja!

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  2. mmm, gardziai labai atrodo, as niekad siaip ir nevalgius kepto tuno...

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  3. Va jei, va jei, kaip baltai pavydžiu tokių gėrių. Gaila, kad tunai negyvena Baltijoj...

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  4. Bet uztat Lietuvoje lasisa pigesne! :D Cia pas mus ji dvigubai kainuoja. O siaip juros geriai cia tikrai brangus, nebent tos sezonines zuvys, ypac dabar tunai, dar tokie maziukai tunu broliukai, net nezinau pavadinimo, tai jie siuo metu prieinamu kainu, taciau kitos gana brangios.

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