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Steamed Tuna

Rated as 3.95 out of 5 Stars
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"'Steamed' in Bahamian food isn't done with water. Instead it is when food is seasoned with onion, green pepper, and either tomato paste or ketchup. This is a great Bahamian recipe using canned tuna. Great with white rice."
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Ingredients

25 m servings 118
Original recipe yields 6 servings

Directions

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  1. Heat the oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Add the bell pepper, onion and garlic; cook and stir until limp. Reduce the heat to medium, and stir in the seasoned salt, rosemary and ketchup. Simmer, stirring constantly, until slightly brown. Mix in the tuna, and cook for about 5 more minutes to blend the flavors before serving.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 118 calories; 2.9 6.3 16.6 19 408 Full nutrition

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I decided to try this for a change of pace and to use some canned tuna that was a little more strongly flavored than we like for sandwiches. As I was making it, I started having strong doubts t...

Most helpful critical review

It tasted pretty much like tuna & ketchup. Not worth the ingredients in my opinion.

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I decided to try this for a change of pace and to use some canned tuna that was a little more strongly flavored than we like for sandwiches. As I was making it, I started having strong doubts t...

It tasted pretty much like tuna & ketchup. Not worth the ingredients in my opinion.

This was a really really easy and quick recipe. It's also pretty good, much better than I was expecting at first, actually. I did add some diced tomatoes as well, and served with white rice and ...

I really enjoyed this dish. A simple and delicious entree. It also works very well with small macaroni pasta.

Great recipe for what I call a "supper saver", when you don't have many fresh ingredients in the house :) I though it should be called Sweet and Sour Tuna, I found the title misleading. I added...

This came out great for a last minute dinner! I did not have dried rosemary. I added a few splashes of red wine vinegar to the ketchup. Served over brown rice!

The trick to this is making sure the ketchup browns well. Keep stirring it so it does not burn. I love it with white rice and a glass of white wine!!!

It was a nice way to dress up canned tuna.

pretty good,especially considering amount of ingredients/time needed!