Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Tuna Kabobs

I am in India! Yes! I am sure my four weeks of vacation will zoom past me before I know it. My blog will be put on a slow gear for some time during this period. But nevertheless I wouldn’t have missed my blog hopping for anything. So I have planned ahead for these and here is my bloghopping for the day from Neha’s From My Heart.

Going through her blog, I thought I would try the baking something. Since I have never given bread a try, I zeroed on her banana bread recipe. But since my DH is a big fan of banana walnut bread, I modified it and fell flat on face. I did try a different banana walnut recipe and will be posting that soon. Coming back to blog hop I later tried her Tuna Kabob.  Oh they were just so good. It was very easy to prepare and we couldn’t stop snacking on it. So had to quickly take picture. I had never tried tuna in a kabob style so it was really refreshing.

I mostly stuck to her recipe making very few changes. Since I had made double the quantity of what is mentioned below, we had some leftovers for dinner. I simply heated them up and rolled it inside chapati and voila, kiddie wraps were ready.

Prep Time: 10 min. Cooking Time: About 7 to 10 min for a panful.


White Tuna in water (no salt) - 1 Can
Onion – small ( about half a cup finely chopped)
Egg - 1
Potato – 1
Chaat Masala – ½ tsp.
Bread Crumbs – ½ cup
Green Chili – 2 (finely chopped)
Cilantro/ Coriander Leaves – handful.
Ginger – Lime size (grated)
Garlic – 3 pods (grated)
Oil to shallow fry
Salt to taste

Method of preparation:

~ In a microwave safe bowl cook potatoes. Grate and place in a mixing bowl.
~ Discard the water in tuna and add to the potatoes.
~ Add all other ingredients except oil and mix well. I used hands to give it a nice mix.
~ Make small patties out of the mixture and shallow fry on both sides.
~ Serve it hot with some green mint chutney and ketchup.

Note: Keep check on salt since tuna tends to be saltier.

Check out my previous blog hop entries

This is off to Radhika’s blog hop event.


  1. Tuna kabobs looks delicious...

  2. HI there, linked it gal. Enjoy your holiday and have loads of fun....

  3. lovely kabobs...very nice way to use tuna... :)

  4. delicious kababs, looks yummy..enjoy ur vacation in India..

  5. Super inviting platter, yum yum,makes me drool..

  6. lovely kabobs..........superb dear


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