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dishes to avoid soy at a sushi restaurant |

by:Two Eight     2019-08-03
Tuna eyes, actually tuna eyes, are quite rare in most parts of the world, although it is available in some parts of Japan and Southeast Asia.Although the tuna eye is certainly not suitable for pampered people, it has a rich taste of fat that many adventurous diners like.Although tuna eyes are generally served in sushi, they should not be eaten raw and need to be cooked slightly.
Heat 1 tbsp.Sesame oil is placed in a medium frying pan and cooked to hot with high temperature, but does not smoke.
Add 1 tbsp.Chopped fresh ginger, cooked for about two minutes or until the ginger is translucent but not brown.
Add tuna eyes and cook with eyes up for a minute.Add 1 tbsp after 1 minute.soy sauce.Continue to cook tuna eyes until most of the soy sauce evaporates.
Transfer the tuna eye to the upper dish and serve immediately with fresh lemon slices if needed.
At about half the time, fill a medium pot with cold water and heat the water with a lid.
Put the tuna eye in the water for five minutes.
Remove the tuna eye from the water with a slotted spoon, or drain the pan with a missing spoon.
Stir tuna eyes with a 50: 50 mixture of soy sauce and rice vinegar for tasting.You can warm your tuna eye with a slice of lemon if you need it.
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