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    Default What is for dinner this Wednesday night?

    What's for dinner tonight?

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    Our 7yo DS has asked to make dinner tonight! He is going to make us Tuna Balls. Not sure what's going with them yet.

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    Pumpkin soup with crusty bread - yum! That reminds me, I have to ring my mum to get the recipe!

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    SalOO8 can i have your Tuna Balls recipe??

    I love Tuna but i only really eat it on sandwiches...

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    WE are having salmon croquettes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taylors_mum
    SalOO8 can i have your Tuna Balls recipe??

    I love Tuna but i only really eat it on sandwiches...
    It's our son's recipe actually. Where he got it from is anyone's guess. It's pretty straightforward:
    Mix tuna with loads of mashed potato. (optional lightly fried onion can be added too) and roll into balls. Do the egg and breadcrumb dipping and lightly fry in a pan, giving them a little bit of a squash. DH likes to deepfry them but I'm not a big fan of deep frying.
    You can make them whatever size you want. Our children like them small so they can eat them as finger food.

    I have a few other simple tuna recipes if you or anyone else is interested. Let me know.

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    We are big tuna eaters here, so some recipes would be great!

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    I haven't even worked out breakfast yet!

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    Thanks SalOO8 they sound so yummy and easy too, which i love.

    Any Tuna recipes would be great!

    Mmm making me hungry

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    Ok here are the recipes I use:

    TUNA NOODLE BAKE

    150 GMS Pasta pieces (any small ones)
    1 cup broccoli florrets
    1/2 cup frozen peas
    1 tbs oil
    1 small onion
    425 gm can tuna (springwater or brine)
    300 ml tub sour cream
    1 cup grated tasty cheese.

    Bring a large pot of water to the boil and cook pasta for 5 mins. Add broccoli and peas, return to boil and cook further 8 mins. Drain and set aside. Heat oil in same large pot and saute onion-gently stir in tuna, then add sour cream and half the cheese. When sauce is smooth, add cooked pasta and veges. Spoon into microwave proof dish, top with remaining cheese and microwave for 2 mins. ( You could do this in the oven for a bit longer instead of microwave).

    This is a really easy one!
    TUNE PIE
    (This is like a shepards pie, only with tuna.

    425 gm can tuna
    lots of mashed potato
    lots of grated cheese

    Put tuna into base of oven-proof dish. Top with potato and then cheese. Bake until cheese is golden. Eat.


    TUNA AND RICE


    425 gm can tuna
    med onion
    2 tbs tomato paste (give or take)
    sour or fresh cream (personal preference)
    enough cooked rice for everyone

    Lightly fry onion in large pan. (works well in electric frypan). Add tuna and mix together. Add tomato paste and work in well. Cook for a couple of minutes then turn down the heat and add cream. Stir well. Serve over the rice.



 

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