Hungry for Tuna

I can eat this everyday, and without even going to General Santos to get fresh tunas, I can just open a can of Century tuna on vegetable oil. This is one of my comfort food, well, as they say it is rich in Omega 3, and *is good for the heart, maybe that's the reason that I feel refreshed whenever I eat tuna (right after eating I go straight to ***) my anxiety gone and I feel calm.
What I do is, I drain the vegetable oil in the pan, put in the onions, leave it a few, and then add in the Queensland butter or sometime I use Blue Bonnet butter also. Wait for the butter to melt, and then place the tuna chunks in. Use the spatula to flakes the chunks. You can add in parmesan cheese if you want to add saltyness, or cheddar cheese for a gooey effect and added flavor, but remember not to over cook the cheese too much, and the tuna--- canned tuna are already cooked.

It will look like this, but then after a few minutes, water will vapor and it will look a little dry, don't let it, because you need it like that to place in an egg (or two if you want). Make sure you won't break the yolk.
Mix the white carefully with a spoon or a spatula with the rest of the tuna, but leave the yolk to cook (I have a thing for yolks).

Then after the yolk is cooked, place it in your plate, you can choose to pair it with plain rice or garlic rice. I love garlic-y rice, so I place in butter (of course it's Blue Bonnet again or Queensland) and garlic in the same pan, place the rice and mix it all together.

You can also add in fresh tomato, and asparagus, before putting in the egg. Makes it more richer, but then those two are not available the time I craved, so this is all I've got.

Hope you like it, my family doesn't like it before, I am the only one who can eat this dish, but now they recreated the recipe and replaced tuna with cream dory. LOL