Friday, August 03, 2007

Curry Tuna Fritters

This is an easy one, great to have for tea and dipping it with a good chili sauce. I got a can of Curry Tuna (Ayam brand) lying around and I was not in a mood to make a puff. So came up with this instead.


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The main ingredient is the Curry Tuna in a can .. heh This is the packaging that you should look out for. You will notice that I mention potatoes in the methods. Just to inform that the curry tuna has potatoes in it.


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Ingredients:
1 can Curry Tuna (Ayam brand)
1 - 1 1/4 cup all purpose flour
2 eggs
1/4 - 1/2 cup water, you may not need to use all
a bunch of spring onions, chopped
salt & pepper to taste
oil for frying


Method:
1. Mix flour with salt and pepper
2. Add the eggs and 1/4 cup of water, mix till well blended
3. Pour the curry tuna into the batter and mix, mash the potaotes a little
4. If batter is too watery, add about 1 tbsp of flour at a time till the consistency that you like, if too sticky, add 1 tbsp of water at a time
5. Add the chopped spring onions and mix it well
6. Heat oil in a pan
7. Fry a spoonful at a time till golden brown
8. Serve hot with chili sauce

22 comments:

Patricia Scarpin said...

Zu, I love fritters!! I have never tried tuna fritters, though - these look delicious!

vb said...

They look yummy!!!! But I hv not seen Ayam curry tuna here (HK) : (

Anonymous said...

Zu,

Does the recipe include potato? If yes, what's the portion?

Regards
Mrs Tan

Zurynee said...

thanks patricia :-)

hi vb, you can replace it with other kinds of tuna or salmon. I usually get those in a can with flavours. I bet you can get other kinds in HKG?

Hi Mrs Tan,

The curry tuna has some potatoes in it. You just need to mash it a little.

Zu

vb said...

Sorry, unrelated to this posting...would like to try yr rose swissroll but what is rosewater??? Pls advise. Tks.

Isha said...

its looks so delicious!!

vb said...

Saw the Ayam brand curry tuna today!!!!!!! So happy!!!

CĂ©lia said...

Iour blog it's delightful.

lee lin said...

salam, why haven't i come across this blog earlier? it's so delightful!

drNO said...

i have the same comment as lee lin...

WHY HAVEN'T I COME ACROSS THIS BLOG EARLIER?????
I'm sure to visit everyday....
yummy...

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

Very appetizing! A great idea...

xan said...

Hi Zu
great blog! cant wait to try out your raisin mango rice... looks very sedap!

btw did we meet at the recent Starnet demo?

Mark said...

Nice blog. Was looking for a healthy version of 'Jemput2 Pisang' ie perhaps baked instead of friend, and chanced upon your blog. There's another lady by the name of Zu who lives in Sepang, Selangor who has quite a delightful blog as well. Congrats on a well thoughtout blog!!

Zurynee said...

Thanks celia, lee lin, drno, rosa and isha :-)

vb, glad you finally found the tuna ;-)

Zu

Zurynee said...

thank you xan, and yes, i am that same person :-)

zu

Zurynee said...

hi mark, you can give try baking the jemput2 I don't think there would be any problem. Otherwise make them into pancakes. Less oil used.

hth
zu

Big Boys Oven said...

looks interesting...something I would cook!

Christy said...

Nice blog!!:D Nice pics of the fritters..creativity..hehe, with all the recipes:)

Frankensteina said...

Your recipes are all so 'sedap' and so easy to cook. I love it! :) By the way I use your Potato Patties recipe and picture in my blog and I did mention that I got it from your blog. I hope you don't mind. If you want me to take it down do let me know yeah?

Zurynee said...

do give it a try big boys oven ;-)

thanks christy :-)

hi frankensteina, thank you very much ;-) Happy that you like them .. and about the patties, sure, go ahead. I have no problem with that :-)

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