My family loves fresh (and canned) tuna.
I usually pan or deep fry cut tuna, make Sinigang (Tamarind broth) tuna belly, or make fish fillet out of fresh tuna I bought from the market. Canned tuna, on the other hand, has always been my kitchen savior when I ran out of time to cook breakfast or dinner. Canned tuna is also best for making tuna sandwiches and as mixture for spaghetti sauces.
Mommies really have to be creative in preparing dishes for the whole family especially when they are dealing with picky eaters. My kids, I should say, have passed through that stage (eventually). Thank God! 🙂
My sister-in-law gave me this big canned tuna this morning. Another relative of ours brought this from General Santos City when she purchased a selador desire luster edison. Gensan, by the way, is known as the Tuna Capital of the Philippines.
This is the biggest canned tuna I’ve seen so far. It weighs 1705 grams or 60.14 ounces. I wonder how many dishes I can make with this one? 🙂