This recipe is my dear friend's signature dish. I used to think of tuna as cat food, but in this recipe it is absolutely delicious. I adore cats, and since I have 4 furry felines of my own, I suppose it was natural for me to take a liking to tuna. The only tricky part of this recipe is the folding of the triangle shaped samosa. It took me about 3 tries before I got it right. Thank goodness my friend taught me well.
-2 cans of tuna (400 grams in total)
-1 small carrot, shredded
-1 small zucchini, shredded
-75 grams of canned soy bean sprout, chopped into very small pieces.
-1 small onion, chopped into very small pieces
-2 teaspoons of soy sauce
-Combine and mix the tuna, carrot, zucchini, soy bean sprout, onion and soy sauce. Do not put the liquid of the tuna and soy bean sprout into the mixture.
|1. Cut in half.|
|2. Place the round edge of the pastry down.|
|4. Take the bottom of the pastry and |
fold up towards the tuna mixture.
|3. Place tuna mixture near the |
|5. Take the top right corner and fold |
down. This makes a mini-triangle.