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Tuna and Cheese Maki: Learn to cook now!

Updated on December 2, 2012
4 stars from 1 rating of Tuna and Cheese Maki

Maki is a japanese term for roll. This is associated with the distinguished Japanese food Maki Sushi. Obviously, I named it Tuna and Cheese Maki since it was being rolled inside the bread.

Tuna and cheese maki is an experimented recipe. Actually, I should have used ham instead of tuna. But since I have no ham left in the fridge, I made use of tuna and it taste good dipped in a mixed ketchup and mayo. It is well served when still hot. The melted cheese balances with the tuna.

Moms can do this along with your kids. It is easy and can be enjoyed by your kids.

The finished product of Tuna and cheese maki. It is quite overcooked because this is an experimental product. However, it is still delicious.
The finished product of Tuna and cheese maki. It is quite overcooked because this is an experimental product. However, it is still delicious.


  • 5 Slices Loaf Bread
  • Cheese, in long thin slices
  • Tuna, in long thin slices
  • 2 Eggs
  • Bread Crumbs
  • Vegetable Oil, Oil enough for deep fry

Steps to cook

  1. Flattened each loaf using a rolling pin.
  2. In the edge of a bread, pile the slices of tuna and cheese placing the tuna always between cheese.
  3. Roll up the bread and dip it into the scrambled egg. Make sure that all portions are covered with egg.
  4. Sprinkle it with bread crumbs or simply brush it in until covered. It is now ready to cook.
  5. Heat up the oil. The amount of oil must be enough to deep fry the prepared maki.
  6. The cooking will be done just in seconds so pay close attention until the texture turns light brown. It can easily be cooked.
  7. When cooked, place it in a paper to remove the excess oil.

Cook Time

Prep time: 15 min
Cook time: 1 min
Ready in: 16 min
Yields: 4


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      Sam 16 months ago

      It looks easy to make. I will try this. Thank you.

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      Lady Jen Palven 5 years ago from Philippines

      @DDE: Thanks DDE for reading our recipe. You should try this one, it is so good. We made this as a gift for our best friend :)

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      Devika Primić 5 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Sounds a lovely treat thanks for sharing this unique recipe


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