tuna

  • Fish Yakisoba

    Tuna Yakisoba

    When I was financially struggling, Canned Tuna saved my life many times. In Melbourne where I live, a small can of Tuna costs less than A$1. I always stock some in my pantry. I have shared many Canned Tuna recipes on my website. Here is another one to share. If you can’t afford the stir-fry …

  • Beans & Peas Vegetables

    Tuna Mayo & Mixed Beans Salad

    The mixture of Canned Tuna, Japanese Mayonnaise and a little bit of Soy Sauce is delicious, and it can be used for a variety of dishes, particularly for salads. I often mix Edamame Beans (young Soy Beans) with it, but today I added Canned Mixed Beans as well. It turned out a delicious and nutritious …

  • Onigiri (Rice Balls)

    Nori-Wrapped Rice Ball Sandwich

    There is a type of Rice Ball that is called ‘Bakudan Onigiri’ that is a bomb-look-alike rice ball. Freshly cooked Rice is formed into a ball, slightly salted, then wrapped with Nori. When my son was a child, ‘Bakudan Onigiri’ was extremely popular among his friends. This is a variation of the ‘Bakudan Onigiri’. Make …

  • Egg Fish Vegetables

    Butter Garlic ‘Shiri Shiri’ Carrots

    ‘Shiri Shiri Carrots’ is originated in Okinawa Island in Japan. ‘Shiri Shiri’ means thinly sliced strips of vegetables in Okinawan language. I always cook this dish with Dashi Powder and a little bit of Soy Sauce. Today I cooked it with Butter and Garlic, and seasoned with Salt & Black Pepper only. It was delicious. …

  • Fish Vegetables

    Baby Spinach & Tuna Mayo Salad

    A bag of Baby Spinach, that is already washed and ready to eat, is a life saver. We can make a variety of salads using it. Canned Tuna is also a life saver. We can make a variety of dishes using it. I just combined those two to make this salad. It took a few …

  • Fish Udon

    Tuna Mayo Udon

    In Melbourne where I live, January is in the middle of summer. It can be really hot and the temperature could go over 40℃. I don’t want to cook anything on such a hot day. Cold Noodle Dish is ideal for me. If you keep a bottle of ‘Mentsuyu’ (Noodle Dipping Sauce) in fridge, this …

  • Donburi (Rice Bowl) Fish

    Tuna Mayo Salad Rice Bowl

    This is another super easy Tuna dish that is delicious, nutritious and inexpensive. Please use Japanese Short Grain Rice. I used to make this Rice Bowl dish using unseasoned Rice, but Sushi Rice definitely tastes better. Makes 1 Serving Ingredients Sushi Rice200g cooked Japanese Short Grain Rice *should be hot1 tablespoon Rice Vinegar2 teaspoons Sugar1/5 …

  • Fish Vegetables

    Cucumber & Tuna Salad

    When I need to make one more dish for dinner, a simple salad is my first option. This Cucumber & Tuna Salad is quick & easy. I cut the Cucumber in a fancy way today, in the same way as Cucumber Snake. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 1 large Continental Cucumber1/4 teaspoon Salt1 can (95g) Tuna …

  • Mazegohan

    Tuna & Wakame Mazegohan

    Here is another dish you can make with the humble Canned Tuna. This is a Mezegohan dish. Rice and other ingredients are cooked separately and mixed together. You can actually use leftover cooked rice for this dish. In that case, you don’t need to cook anything. Just mix all ingredients. Anyone can make it. Makes …

  • Donburi (Rice Bowl) Fish

    Tuna & Cabbage Salad Rice Bowl

    I used my ‘Garlic Sesame Dressing’ to make this Tuna & Cabbage Salad. This salad can be enjoyed as a side dish, but today I made it into a rice bowl as the flavour of this salad goes well with Rice. It is a very filling dish, but it’s quite low in calories as this …

  • Fish Onigiri (Rice Balls)

    Tuna Mayo ‘Onigiri’ Rice Balls

    In Japan, ‘Onigiri’ Rice Balls are available in so many different flavours and with different fillings. ‘Onigiri’ are becoming popular in Australia, too. One of the most popular fillings is Tuna & Mayonnaise. I heard many international visitors to Japan fall in love with this Tuna Mayo ‘Onigiri’ Rice Ball. Do you want to make …

  • Fish Spaghetti & Pasta

    Tuna Mornay

    ‘Tuna Mornay’ is a very popular Tuna Casserole in Australia. It can be made with inexpensive staple ingredients. You can use any pasta of your choice, but it seems most people use Pennette, Large Spirals or any pasta in a similar size. Some people use Boiled Eggs instead of Pasta, and that would be yummy. …

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