Tuna with caramelized onions

Tuna: Bonito del norte

Bonito del Norte: Tuna
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The Basque love their food

They say that the Basque have a sixth sense and it’s their stomachs! And rightly so! Some of the tastiest food I’ve had has been up north. You can walk into any hole in the wall bar and they have all these beautifully displayed tapas, or pintxos as they are called there. Mouthwateringly delicious!

 

Gourmet tour

A group of friends and I spent 8 days up north two winters ago. This was like a Gourmet tour! I believe I have never eaten so much. The Basque like to eat full well-rounded meals. To my surprise, I didn’t gain an ounce. I take it, it was the food combinations, the balanced meals and quality ingredients.

Humble Basque

That freezing winter we spent a lot of time indoors, in bars, restaurants, hanging out in the apartment and cooking. We each took turns to prepare the meals. One of our friends, the Basque, said he was not a great cook. However, my guess was he was very humble, because his meals turned out to be amazing.  One of the dishes he made was Tuna with caramelized onions. Bonito is a type of tuna, in the north called: Bonito del Norte. I loved this dish!

Here you have it: Tuna with caramelized onions

Time: 40 minutes

Yield: 6

Ingredients:

8 table spoons olive oil

2 1/2 pounds fresh tuna fillets cut into quarters.

3 big finely chopped onions

1 1/4 cup white wine

1 table-spoon of Jerez vinegar

Salt and pepper to taste

Directions:

  • Heat olive oil on medium in a heavy bottom pot.
  • Add the onion, salt and pepper, and cook for about 25 minutes until it becomes translucent.
  • Pour the wine and vinegar over the onions and allow it reduce.
  • Add the tuna fillets and cook stirring once in a while for about 10 minutes. (lightly)
  • Remove from heat and let it sit for a few minutes before serving.

Note: Rice would make a perfect side dish, paired with white wine.

Simple, quick and satisfying!

Enjoy!

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Language teacher, food, health and empowerment blogger at @vivafifty @OnLifeandHope #socialmedia #influencer Follow me on Twitter at @lauralcbl
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