Fishes such as tuna and saba have long been part of the Malaysian diet. These versatile, nutritious, and delicious fishes are prepared in various ways by different ethnic groups, always with the reminder to eat more fish because it is good for you.
Omega-3, a type of fatty acid cannot be synthesized in our bodies but is required for maintenance of optimal health. This includes brain growth and development in children, heart-protective benefits such as helping to lower blood pressure, reduce triglycerides, slow the development of plaque in arteries, reduce the chance of abnormal heart rhythm and reduce the likelihood of heart attack and stroke, improve eye health, fight anxiety and depression, promote brain health during pregnancy and early life, reduce symptoms of ADHD in children, fight age-related mental decline and Alzheimer’s disease, and can alleviate menstrual pain.
Ayam Brand Tuna and Ayam Brand Saba are rich in omega-3, providing a deliciously convenient and easy way to add health to your diet and to your family’s diet. Young, active, mature or expecting, regular consumption of foods high in omega-3 can help build a stronger and healthier nation.
Ayam Brand is sharing this recipe below that you can try out this weekend:
Ubi Rebus with Sambal Chilli Tuna
Ubi rebus or boiled tapioca is a favourite across the board especially for those of us who grew up in kampung. While it can be a served as a sweet dessert, the kick to this hearty dish is the accompanying savoury sambal. Make your nostalgic Malaysian favorite healthier with omega-3 rich Ayam Brand Chilli Tuna.
- Wash and peel the tapioca. Cut it into 5 centimetre pieces.
- In a pot, boil salted water. Add the tapioca and boil for 30 minutes.
- Once dome, remove with a slotted spoon.
- Serve with Ayam Brand Chilli Tuna as the dip. Spice it up further by adding finely chopped onions, chilli padi and coriander to dip.
- Finish with a squeeze of lime or lemon.
Prep time: 7 minutes, cook time: 20 minutes, serves: 4 pax
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