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    Another splendid snack 2.

    A few beers with a mate or two and come the tail end of the evening a snack can sometimes be needed. Nothing too complicated, but tasty and quick. Oh, and satisfying. This fits most of those requirements so, why not give it a go?

    The ingrediants;

    1 can of tuna in oil.
    1 healthy spud.
    1 reasonably sized onion.
    Some decent Mayo.
    Colemans mustard or whatever you like/can get.



    First up clean, scrub, peel spud and stick in micro on full power for about 6 minutes or 'till squeezable.



    Whilst that's cooking drain the tuna a bit. Not too much though, and put in a bowl.



    Chop up your onion reasonably fine.



    Stick in bowl with tuna and add a healthy spoonful of Mayo. a splash of Lea and Perrins or whatever, a bit of your Colemans mustard or a few chillies or what ever you fancy really.



    A bit of Cayenne pepper works well. Fresh herbs are good. Whatever comes to hand and what ever is physically "doable" given your condition.

    Stir it all up.



    Spud out and bust it open a bit. I like to let it steam off a bit.



    Chuck your tuna, onion mix on top. Maybe add a little salt to taste.

    (Camera steams up)



    A few fresh tomatoes, cos I like 'em.



    About 10 minutes all up and tasty. Healthy too, unlike the beers

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    Great with sayo's or that crisp french bread mate!

    Good show!

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    Can I ask why you choose the tuna in oil ?

    I much prefer the brine or springwater version

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thetyim
    Can I ask why you choose the tuna in oil ? I much prefer the brine or springwater version
    All good but the oil helps too make a moister mix, Vicar. Up to you.......

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    I'd crisp up the potato skin in the oven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bkkmadness
    I'd crisp up the potato skin in the oven.
    Yup, a little olive oil and a sprinkling of salt into a hot oven, lubbly jubbly. But, it's late, the oven takes time to get hot......... etc.

    Might be a bit pissed.......

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    Might be very pissed and just say...fuck it and eat the potatoe raw...or settle for veg on toast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nawty
    or settle for veg on toast
    Recipe please........ when you're pissed.

    Or do you mean a can?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jandajoy View Post


    Somebody in another cooking thread should take note of this literally sparkling clean plate.....and he was pissed when he did it....

    and the placemat....or tray surrounding.....you could eat you dinner off of it.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nawty
    Somebody in another cooking thread should take note of this literally sparkling clean plate.....and he was pissed when he did it.... and the placemat....or tra surrounding.....you coulkd eat you dinner off of it.....

    You are such a cnut..........

    I was thinking about sex but can't stop laughing..................Very good.

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    Back to the OP....... Chilli sauce, sweet or other wise is nice.

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    If you like it, sweetcorn works well and a bit of grilled cheese on top. Fekking gourmet guvnor!

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    Went well with some crispy bacon for lunch today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thetyim View Post
    Can I ask why you choose the tuna in oil ?

    I much prefer the brine or springwater version
    I was thinking on the same lines. This 'supposed' tinned tuna product that developed in the West is a daft product {oil, brine, or water}. How can one take a beautiful red-fleshed fish meat and end up with a processed product such as that, is beyond me. Quite gross IMHO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thetyim View Post
    Can I ask why you choose the tuna in oil ?

    I much prefer the brine or springwater version
    Me too. The oil is so unhealthy.

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