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Marmitako is essentially a fisherman’s dish, very simple and easy to prepare when you are on the fishing boat and you don’t have many cooking utensils.
- 1 kilo. bonito (Tuna)
- 1.5 kilo potatoes
- 1 Onion
- 1 green pepper
- 2 garlic cloves
- 1 small hot pepper
- 2 ripe tomatoes
- 2 dl oil
- 1 bunch of parsley
- white wine
Cut the Onion, the green pepper and garlic cloves into small dices. Add the small hot pepper and remove until soften. Boil tomatoes, peel, take seeds off and cut them into pieces. Add them to the green vegetables and let boil. Peel potatoes and "cascarlas". Add them to the vegetables, remove lightly and cover the whole with the fumee of Tuna. Add salt and leave boiling on small fire until potatoes get ready and make thicken bouillon. Cut Tuna into square pieces, salt them and add to the potatoes. Set aside for five or seven minutes. When serving, sprinkle with parsley.