best way to eat tuna

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  1. Mohak

    Mohak RIP Smokin' Joe Full Member

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    Straight from the can.
     
  2. sivaru

    sivaru Fire Full Member

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    the simplest of meals. tuna straight from the can
    what a delicacy
     
  3. Boxaholic

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    straight from the can or I mix mustard in it for flavor.
     
  4. IrnBruMan

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    kedgeree :yep
     
  5. IrnBruMan

    IrnBruMan Obsessed with Boxing booted

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    straight from the can or on unbuttered toast for me
     
  6. Koa

    Koa Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Brilliant actually.. Spinach is so under-rated.. Especially for maintaining/cutting weight.. Its very alkali, rather than acidic.

    Only thing I worry about with spinach is the damned ecoli outbreaks.. Its the best salad staple around..
     
  7. Brighton bomber

    Brighton bomber Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    I am currently putting it into veg soup, throw in some extras like mixed pulses and spinach and it's a tasty, healthy meal.

    Also like to make tuna burgers with onion, raw oats, walnuts, a little cayenne pepper and egg whites to bind it all together.
     
  8. Koa

    Koa Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Can you break your soup down for me? I've never thought of canned tuna soup..

    I know Jazzo said he adds it to his soup, but.. Basic soup? Sweat some celery, carrots, onion, add water and fish?

    What about broth? Don't sell parrot fish heads here in the states, how you manage a fish broth?
     
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  10. sivaru

    sivaru Fire Full Member

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    can someone help me with a recipe on how to make tuna burgers with canned tuna?

    thanks
     
  11. Box-on

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    Have my tuna mixed with chopped onion and tomato sauce. Mix it up good and put it between some toast.
     
  12. joekirkbycobra

    joekirkbycobra King Of The Ring Full Member

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    i av it with beetroot n tomatoes blended with cayenne pepper
    its pretty unusual tasty n hot
     
  13. sivaru

    sivaru Fire Full Member

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    sounds delicious though man
    :good
     
  14. pijo

    pijo Feed the Pope Full Member

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    Pepper and branston pickle. Oh ah.
     
  15. Koa

    Koa Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Pretty good one! We do Habanero's in my house.. Our version of Habanero salsa is very thinly sliced bulb onion, about 5 parts to 1 part very thinly sliced habanero.. What you do is add fresh lemon juice, to this mixture and let it sit in the fridge overnight.. The onion and habanero really intermingle, and the lemon cuts a bit of the rediculous heat.. From here you can just add the onion and habanero to whatever you want.. I end up adding diced cellery to tuna as well as a moderate amount of this salsa, depending of course how hot it turns out..
     


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