Delicious and Nutritious.

Pink&Blue By Pink&Blue, 4th Jul 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL
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This dish is a favorite in my household and I now share it with my Wikinut friends.

Steamed pak choi and tuna with hot steaming white rice.

This recipe is my own special recipe. It is full of nutrients and I am proud to say that even my kids enjoy it. For the Tuna steaks I dice them in big chunks and season lightly with black pepper salt and some green seasonings. I put the seasoned fish into a zip lock bag and let marinate overnight. The ingredients are as follows;

Tuna Steak.
1 bundle of pak choi.
1 onion.
3 cloves garlic.
1 cup pumpkin diced small.
2 tbsp. oil.


1.Chop up pak choi in long shreds and cut white stems in large chunks.

2.Heat pot with oil , when oil is hot put in crushed garlic and diced onion. Let it cook for about one minute before adding pak choi and pumpkin.

3. Pak choi will let off some liquid. When this starts to happen add seasoned tuna. With tongs, pick up pak choi and cover chunks of tuna with it.

4. Let steam covered until tuna is cooked and uncover later to allow some liquid evaporate.

5. Do not stir frequently as the fish will break up.

6. Add more salt if desired.

Serve with hot white rice.

Enjoy my friends.




Chop, Healthy, Nutrients, Recipe, Rice, Steak, Steam, Tuna

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I am from a small island called Trinidad and Tobago. I love writing and i take it seriously.Most of my work is straight from the heart whilst others require some soul searching.

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author avatar Retired
5th Jul 2011 (#)

Sounds like a delicious meal....

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author avatar Mark Gordon Brown
5th Jul 2011 (#)

Crystal, your recipe for pac choi and tuna sounds just as good as you said, delicious and nutritious and easy to make too.

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author avatar Lila Bangsawan
5th Jul 2011 (#)

It looks like Chinese foods for me. Yummy.

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author avatar Delicia Powers
5th Jul 2011 (#)

Very yummy, thanks Crystal!

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author avatar Songbird B
6th Jul 2011 (#)

Thanks for sharing a great recipe with us Crystal...

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