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mamaraah Sun 01-Sep-19 08:31:05

Any recipe ideas for tinned tuna fish that is not a pasta bake? We have had to much pasta bake in recent weeks

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jelly79 Sun 01-Sep-19 08:34:08

Chop up some spring onions / red pepper and mix in with tuna and mayo. Spoon in to gem lettuce cups? Or spread on rice cakes / ryvita?

Tin of tuna with some sweet corn / cheese and chilli flakes. Make in to an omelette or add a tin of potatoes and more eggs for a frittata

PrettyShiningPeople Sun 01-Sep-19 08:36:12

Tuna courgette risotto.
I add some red chill (fresh or flakes) with the onion.
www.google.com/amp/s/www.food.com/amp/recipe/baked-tuna-risotto-287254

Lovelydovey Sun 01-Sep-19 08:37:52

Tuna fish masala - a classic recipe from my dad in the 1980s. Can post the recipe if you want it / need a laugh.

LIZS Sun 01-Sep-19 08:38:19

Fishcakes? Mash tuna into mashed potato with some finely chopped onion, roll in flour, egg and breadcrumbs and fry to colour and heat through.

Teaandcrisps Sun 01-Sep-19 08:38:21

All the ingredients of a tuna nicoise - tuna, boiled new pots, salad, sweetcorn instead of green beans, warm up bread - then help yourself.

mamaraah Sun 01-Sep-19 08:43:48

@Lovelydovey yes please

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Lovelydovey Sun 01-Sep-19 13:46:05

Tuna fish masala - actually not that bad to eat but definitely not gourmet cuisine.

Dads recipe - Fry an onion in oil until softened. Add curry powder and salt and pepper to taste. Add a tin of mixed veg, 2 tins of tuna and a tin of chopped tomatoes. Simmer for 30 mins.

I do make it occasionally now and add chopped garlic and ginger, replace the tinned veg with fresh and stir in lemon juice and coriander at the end. Improves it somewhat!

Waterdropsdown Sun 01-Sep-19 13:48:25

Google good housekeeping tuna melt nachos. So nice! I’ve made it for quite a few casual lunches for folk and everyone loves it.

saywhatwhatnow Sun 01-Sep-19 13:55:29

On a jacket potato! Yum!

lilybunnyc Sun 01-Sep-19 13:58:35

Tuna dip! Whiz it up with some feta cheese, lemon juice and chives. Excellent on crackers or toast.

WhyWontYouSleep Sun 01-Sep-19 14:18:58

Tuna chowder.
Dice onion, fry till softened.
Peel & chop potatoes (large potato salad size), add to onions.
Cover with milk and boil until the potatoes are done.
Chuck in a tin of sweetcorn and a tin (or two) of tuna. (I sometimes do frozen peas and prawns too.)
Cook for a bit longer until some of the potatoes start dropping apart / squish some of them with the back of a spoon - just to thicken it up a bit (can thicken with flour/cornflour If you'd prefer).
Season with salt and parsley/chives/dill (whatever you prefer).
Serve with grated cheese to sprinkle on top. And crusty bread if you'd like.

A very comforting meal. Cheap too.

Biancadelrioisback Sun 01-Sep-19 14:21:00

Tuna scrambled egg. I know, I know, it sounds odd and horrible, but it is so good! I had it at work and loads of people commented on how good it smelled! Chop up some spring onions too and add some lemon. Mwah!.

Myshitisreal Sun 01-Sep-19 14:24:07

Toast, tuna, cheese, melt

yikesanotherbooboo Sun 01-Sep-19 14:56:50

Tuna in a salad Nicoise or a panzanella type salad.
Lasagne layers of a tomato and veg sauce eg peppers and courgette with tuna mixed in layered up in the usual way with a béchamel sauce.

Ricekrispie22 Sun 01-Sep-19 15:39:10

Tuna burgers www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/5863/tuna-sweetcorn-burgers

Myshitisreal Sun 01-Sep-19 16:02:33

Tuna rice salad?

kateandme Mon 02-Sep-19 15:09:35

homefoodstory.blogspot.com/2016/03/creamy-tuna-and-tomato-crumble-casserole.html
www.goodtoknow.co.uk/recipes/tuna-and-proven-al-vegetable-crumble

Grafittiqueen Mon 02-Sep-19 15:14:34

Tuna bean feast.

Tuna, kidney beans, chopped celery, chopped green apple, minced shallot and cover with the dressing of your choice.

Ricekrispie22 Mon 02-Sep-19 16:22:13

Enchiladas www.oldelpaso.co.uk/mexican-recipes/tuna-pepper-enchiladas

actiongirl1978 Mon 02-Sep-19 16:27:50

Tuna, tin chickpeas, tin chopped toms, chopped red onion, curry powder, fresh or frozen spinach.

Mix, cook.

Delish and v frugal at the end of the month!

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