Tuna and tofu spring rolls

There is so much that needs to be said about these tuna and tofu spring rolls recipe. First, it is possible to generously feed four people using a 180-gram can of tuna. … [Read more...]


Tuna and corn fritters

While waiting for the pork shoulder to thaw, I made these crisp and tasty tuna and corn fritters for our snack. Or, perhaps, you can consider it a late breakfast. It was after … [Read more...]


Tuna and potato roll

First of all, let me tell you that I am aware of the technical glitches that this blog has been experiencing. Something is being done about it, it will take a few days but, … [Read more...]


Tuna lumpia (spring rolls)

In April, 2003, I posted a tuna spring rolls recipe using cooked fresh tuna. Although I will always prefer fresh over canned, today is one day when I didn't have time to thaw … [Read more...]


Salmon and tuna sashimi

Go to a Japanese restaurant, order sashimi and the price always seems disproportionate to the amount of raw seafood that you get. Why is sashimi so expensive? To start with, … [Read more...]

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Tuna and fresh mango stir fry

A little spicy and a little sweet, this dish is made with fresh mango puree, sliced fresh mangoes, tuna fillets and grated ginger. The addition of fresh cilantro gives it a … [Read more...]


Tuna and cabbage spring rolls

It's tempting to create a food blog dedicated to vegetable spring rolls and nothing else but I don't think it's wise to eat spring rolls exclusively everyday. Much as I love … [Read more...]

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Tuna and tofu stir fry

I had a small piece of tuna belly, a cake of firm tofu and some vegetables. I also had two choices. Stir fry everything without adding any sauce and, after they have been … [Read more...]


Crispy tuna belly

Tuna belly isn't just good for grilling. It doesn't need to be cooked whole or as a single slab either. For my crispy tuna belly, I cut the belly into 2-inch by 5 to 6-inch … [Read more...]


Inihaw na panga ng tuna

The most common misconception about grilled panga (jaw) ng tuna is that it is something complicated to prepare. Actually, it's the easiest thing to cook. The first thing … [Read more...]