Unusual salmon meal that will intrique your guests. Easy to make.
The recipe calls for fresh tuna, but I have found that it works just as well with canned tuna in brine or spring water. The one in oil tends to be a bit greasy once cooked.
This is a very sweet mayonnaise that adds an amazing mixture of flavours to your sandwiches and snacks. It can also be used as a dipping sauce.
This is a potent mix that keeps very well in the fridge. It can be used in lots of dishes that require a decent amount of spice and flavour.
This is a meal that can be made the night before, heated through and then add the sauce just before serving.