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Spicy Tuna Fish With Scrambled Eggs Recipe

Updated on September 13, 2011
Tuna in a safe place
Tuna in a safe place

It's usually beans on toast for me when the missus is miles away from the kitchen. One day i came home at my lunch time from work and as i sat there watching the news on television, i started getting hungrier and hungrier.

What could i do? The missus was away for a week, so i thought, "G, you have to take matters into your own hands! Pick up that wok and see what you can do with your bare hands!"

So, i jogged into the kitchen with my boxing gloves on and decided to punch my way through the cupboards, looking for what i could knock out. To my delight, i managed to tackle some canned tuna fish, eggs and herbs and spices, not forgetting the mango pickle!

This is so easy to make and at the same time very mouthwatering with all the knockout flavours that are created in just under 10 minutes with some of the most basic ingredients, which i didn't realise until i finished making it.I love canned tuna on it's own, mixed with mayonnaise in wholemeal brown bread, or cooked in any way. I didn't know it was going to be even better with scrambled eggs and other spicy ingredients as well!

This means that you can enjoy it too! Enough of the history, let's get down to business!

List Of All The Ingredients

 These ingredients should all be available at your local grocery/supermarket, so make sure you have them all to make this a unique meal! I mean it, it is unique because you probably have not had this before or found the recipe anywhere before.

Cook it, eat it, enjoy it, share it.

The ingredients:

  • 3 eggs
  • 2 canned tuna fish
  • 1 tomato
  • 2 onions
  • 3 green chillies
  • 2 teaspoons of Mango Pickle (has to be Patak's!)
  • 1 teaspoon of Garlic Pickle (has to be Patak's!)
  • 1 or 2 teaspoons of salt
  • 1 teaspoon butter
  • a handful of corriander
  • a handful of methi leaves
  • 6 tablespoons of olive oil


The 'legendary' PROCESS!

Peel the onions and chop them very finley.

Get the tuna out of the cans.

Cut the tomatoes into small pieces.

Cut the green chillies into small pieces.

Chop the corriander into very small pieces.

Break the eggs and place into a bowl.

After you have done the above, get a wok or a flat pan and place it on top of the cooker with medium heat.

Place the olive oil into the wok and after it has heated up add the finely chopped onions, salt, garlic pickle, methi leaves and butter. Keep stirring with a wooden spoon until the onions go light brown.

Add the 3 eggs and the canned tuna chunks; mix by stirring rapidly so all the ingredients mix well together to create the explosive taste, which you will experience later.

Now add the Mango Pickle, fresh chopped tomatoes, fresh corriander and chopped green chillies.

All that's left to do now is keep mixing everything rapidly until they all become dry and the tuna fish turns light brown. There, see you've done it!

How long has it taken you? Not very long at all! It should take you more time to eat this fantastic Spicy Tuna and Scrambled Egg meal with a multitude of different tastes in every corner of your mouth!

Thank You

 You have successfully made the most fantastic Spicy Tuna and Scrambled Egg meal, now why not try using your expert skills on making these excellent snacks and drinks to impress yourself or your friends and family?

You can do it, they are all very qucik and easy recipes which you don't need to tackle wearing boxing gloves like i did!!!

Thank you for viewing, please leave your comments below. You can also leave me an offer for a boxing match if you dare!


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      Kathryn 4 years ago from Manchester, Connecticut

      This looks fantastic, and very unique. This looks like something I would really enjoy, as I love tuna, spices and eggs. Thank you for sharing this with us, and for telling us the backstory. I like hearing about your adventures in the kitchen as you search for something tasty to eat.

      Have a wonderful week.

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      Gous Ahmed 5 years ago from Muslim Nation

      Excellent Mark! Thanks for trying it!

      I am always an open minded person and know that what i like, other people may not, so good on you for trying it to the way you like, and you enjoyed it!

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      Mark 5 years ago

      I made a few modifications to this, mainly because there were a few things I couldn't find (methi leaves and garlic pickle, to which I settled for adding a bit more coriander, a bit more mango pickle and a big spoon of minced garlic) and I don't like to use too much fats when I cook (so less oil, no butter). Still, this is the perfect way to jazz up tuna and egg. Thanks for posting!

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      Gous Ahmed 7 years ago from Muslim Nation

      Lol RunnerJane35, very funny!

      What makes things unique could the smallest touches of things. So the Dodge Viper with the silver stripes going through the middle of it was unique, until every other car manufacturer decided to copy it.

      My recipe for this dish is unique because when you taste the dish with the Mixed Pickle in it, it tastes amazing. Try it.

      Thanks for your comment!

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      RunnerJane33 7 years ago

      That is the most unique recipe I have seen in a long time. That beats the cake recipe that uses melted ice cream as a main ingredient!

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      Gous Ahmed 7 years ago from Muslim Nation

      No problem Darlene, i hope you like, it's all in the imagination when it comes to cooking with me. I like to experiment with different things, and this is what i came up with for tuna and scrambled eggs.

      Thanks for viewing and your comment.

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      Darlene Sabella 7 years ago from Hello, my name is Toast and Jam, I live in the forest with my dog named Sam ...

      Thanks for a great recipe, I should try this....good hub..