Recipe: Vegetable Rice with Cheese and Tuna

Hello everyone! Thanks for following my blog. More and more people are coming and I am very happy that you stay with me. For today’s Saturday dinner, I have a new tasty and easy to cook recipe for rice lovers. Are you curious what can be so special about rice with tuna and cheese? Let’s check the ingredients.

INGEDIENTS:

🛒 Rice (white, brown, whatever you like)
🛒 Feta (Greek cheese)
🛒 Tomatoes (I took yellow one, 4 pieces)
🛒 Zucchini (1 piece)
🛒 Spices (the mix of Italian, pepper with lemon)
🛒 Olive oil
🛒 Tuna (or any other meat or fish)
🛒 Carrot (1 piece)
🛒 Parmesan

RECIPE:

  1. First cook rice in a small saucepan.
  2. Cut carrot and zucchini into circles and tomatoes into pieces. Throw chopped vegetables in a pan. Add olive oil, about 2-3 tablespoons. Sprinkle with spices. Turn on the fire and let it damp a bit under a closed lid over a small fire.
  3. Wait 15 minutes and add the feta slices to make the mixture look like a vegetable sauce. Wait until everything is cooked, about 5 minutes, and add rice. Mix everything.
  4. After 10 minutes, turn off the heat. Add tuna, mix, and top with Parmesan slices. Your dinner is ready!

Bon appétit, mes amis!

Dinner recipes you can find here!
Dreaming about delicious and light dessert? Check my last recipe about cottage cheesecake with chocolate. ❤️

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Author: meunierka

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