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Fat free tuna chillie

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Serves 4

Tinned Tuna chunks replace Minced meat.a delicious alternative

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  • three large onions
  • two tins chopped tomatoes
  • 4 fresh chilli peppers
  • 4 cloves of garlic
  • 2 teaspoons finely chopped ginger.
  • 250 g mixed frozen Oriental vegetables
  • One jar chilli sauce
  • 2 tins tuna chunks.
  • Rice of your choice,enough for 4 people I prefer the Camargue red rice


    1. Chop onions peppers garlic Ginger and place in pan with chopped tomatoes and bring to boil
    2. using electric hand blender reduced the mix to a heavy liquid.
    3. place water in a pan and bring to the boil and add the Rice and cook as normal
    4. back to the chilly, simmer to reduce the liquid 10 to 15 minutes then add frozen vegetables continue simmering until vegetables are lightly cooked.
    5. add chilli sauce and stir
    6. finally add the tuna chunks and stir until the chunks are broken down into smaller pieces. It's now ready to serve
    7. strain the rice and you're ready to eat personally I prefer pasta with my chilly or organic black Rice but that takes around 40 minutes to cook, it's worth it though.

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