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Canned Tuna & It's Delicacies

>> Aug 11, 2014

Sea food is much healthier as per the contents are considered. Tuna is much preferred now days. But these large predators like tuna that live on smaller predators are prone to consume more toxins. Because of the pollution it is already contaminated, but when it is canned the complete contents of tuna get destroyed. The process of kills the contents before it is cooked. Tunas are highly perishable and easily decay before the use mostly while transporting them. So, to air tight those in Cannes require much preservatives and techniques. Generally fishes are dried and then salted. Tunas are cooked on high temperature before canning. This high temperature almost destroys the contents of canned tuna. Tuna is an oil rich fish. Omega-3 is helpful to cure cardiac diseases. It is also helpful in the functions of brain as well as it controls cholesterol level. Canned tuna can be preserved for longer period so can be transported to faraway places. Cooking the fish on high temperature makes the tuna to stay fresh for longer. Cannes is sterilized on high point in order to make them free from microorganisms. Canned Tuna is easily available in super markets. But choosing perfect tuna is again need to educate oneself regarding the tunas. Due the highly contamination of mercury tunas are a high risk for health of human life. It badly affects your heart, lungs and nervous system. But the yellow or light tuna is much beneficial. There are so many brands in the market that keep the stock of canned tuna. It is vacuum sealed and stored with required amount of salt and edible oil. Canned tuna is a ready to cook dish, just go through your recipe and the delicacy is at your dining table.

Simple Tuna Melts:
Ingredients: 1 can tuna, 1/2 onion minced, 12 slices pickled jalapeno, 2 muffins split, 4 slices cheddar cheese, pepper to taste.
Directions: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Combine tuna with pepper and onion in a bowl. Divide mixture onto 4 halves of muffins. Arrange 3 slices of jalapeno on muffin and place a slice of cheese on the top. Place it on baking sheet. Bake for 10 minutes.

Cheesy Tuna Melts:
Ingredients:  1can tuna, 1/3 chopped celery, 2 tablespoon mayonnaise, 4 muffins, 8 slices ripe tomato, 8 slices Cheddar cheese.

Directions: Preheat oven. In a bowl, mix together tuna, celery, mayonnaise & salt. Firstly get the tuna combination spread onto the crisped muffin splits and place them on a baking sheet neatly. Having the muffins toasted before preparation would be ideal. Adding a slice of tomato and a slice of cheese on the tomato. For the best result and the aroma to make a difference Broil the muffins till cheese is melted, It would not take more than 3 to 5 minutes.

Best Tuna Melt:
Ingredients: 2 cans of the solid white tuna boiled in water, Quarter of a cup of fresh mayonnaise(without flavor would be the most appropriate), Quarter of a cup finely chopped celery, 1/2 tablespoons finely chopped fresh onion(not spring onions), 1 tablespoon chopped parsley, 3/4 teaspoon red wine vinegar, 1 pinch salt,1 pinch freshly ground black pepper, red peppers can also be added in a pinch of you like it spicy, 4 slices bread the seedless variety is recommended, 8 slices ripe fresh tomato, 8 slices cheese(Cheddar is the best selection here), paprika, for garnishing .

In a bowl, mix tuna with, celery, mayonnaise, onion, parsley, and finally vinegar. Add pinch of salt and pepper as per the taste. You may add red pepper if you like the spicy tint. Place the cut bread slices on a baking sheet, and bake them for almost a minute in a preheated oven, remove them when they are lightly toasted. Spread the tuna salad on the toasts. Place one slice of cheese over the salad on each piece of bread, layer it with a tomato slice, and keep remaining cheese slices on the top of the tomato. Place the bread layered to the preheated oven, and bake it for a minimum 3 to 5 minutes, or until cheese is melted.

Authors Bio:
This article educates about contents of tuna as wells its contamination. It also describes the procedure of canned tuna and canned tuna recipes. For more Information please visit here: http://safcol.com.au

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