A volcano tuna with rice

The idea of tonight’s dinner is coming from the today’s weather which is windy 🙂 How?

Well… this afternoon I was walking by the water in Slussen to attend job interview in restaurant Agaton in Old Town. The interview went not so well and I got rejected *again* for the thousand time 🙂 but it would not brake me at all. Because I believe that I’ll get the right job that destined to me one day. I know… even me, myself feel strange that I got this faith and believe. Looking back at the first time I got rejected in Sweden for a job in the restaurant, wow…. it was hurt! Don’t mean to be so arrogant but my more than 12 years experience in hotel industry seems useless in Sweden. I kept questioning ‘WHY’ to my hubby P, but now… look at me! After been living in Sweden for 3 years, I start to accept the fact that I’ll get so many rejections before I get the right one 😀 There is a lesson behind it, maybe I need to focus on my study first and to train my patience to face many mountains which are coming in my journey to have a better future, to be a better person, a better human being.

Back to the volcano tuna food 🙂 So… I passed the road on the way back to Metro station when I smelled something fishy than suddenly my mind click to one word TUNA! But I don’t want to have it with noodle this time and want to create my own recipe hahaha. I started to browse what should I put inside the tuna and how the food will look like. I was thinking about it until I reached one of the grocery store and I made up my mind. I got the name and description how the food look like on the plate. This is not a complicated food and anyone can make it. The ingredients is very simple too…

I sliced onion, garlic and saute them till they were soft and put a can of tuna, seasoned with lemon pepper, basil and paprika powder instead of fresh chili. I have chopped chili on the side for me 🙂 Then, I put frozen peas, saute for awhile then. To serve it, I put the rice on the plate and make a hole inside it, arranged my tuna inside the hole and taraaaaaaaaaaa…. a volcano tuna served with rice! You know what… my P love this food and yes… I succeed to make lights in his eyes 😀 The good thing from this simple yet delicious food is it cost nothing. For 2 can of tuna (140 g each) I have food for 4 person. One can tuna cost me 7, 74 kronor and frozen peas cost me about 15 kronor but I use only half bag of it. For me… this is a good bargain 😀 If you don’t like to have it with rice, you can eat it with rice noodle or even egg noodle and nothing different on the taste.

Enough for today folks… lot of things to do! I close my day here 🙂 Bye…!

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About demaodyssey

A Balinese who is currently living in Stockholm, Sweden. I love to write almost about everything and it helps me to understand more about myself and life.I love traveling, where I can learn a lot about other cultures, I love reading where I can improve my languages skill and learn about others through their works, and photography is one of my passions where I learn to understand nature deeper. I am a dream catcher... and will always be! Thank you for stopping by and hope you enjoy to read my posts. Take care
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2 Responses to A volcano tuna with rice

  1. anje dong says:

    dueg ye masak ciiiiiiiiiii.
    Eh, aku juga sebelum maan gae ane cocok, kene tolak entah berapa kali. tapi kita tetap berusaha, pantang menyerah, one day, pekerjaan yg cocok pasti akan di dapatkan.
    sementara konden maan gae, umbah malu piringe ciiiiiiiiii

    • dema33 says:

      jelaaaaaaaasss!!! masak kalahang ane di reunion ciiiiii
      menyerah sing ade di kamusku nje 😛 makane keweh nepukin kambing nyerah wkwkwk, kambing be suud bersih2 ciiii… apalagi ngumbah piring jeg nomor satu ciii 😛

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