Make your own Spicy Tuna Hand Rolls

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  1. archangel

    archangel Active Member

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    Using canned TUNA.

    1 can solid white albacore tuna
    1 table spoon mayo
    1 table spoon sesame seed oil
    squeeze of siracha to taste
    splash of soy sauce
    avacado slices
    flying fish roe if u want to get fancy

    Mix all ingrediants together in a bowl and roll into some nori sushi seaweed paper.

    Yea not as good as the real sushi roll, but a good late night snack when u need quick protein.

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    I go for a 3 minute drive and spend $12 for 3 hand rolls and I am good.....
     
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    are you sure solid white albacore tuna? that's waht they use?

    if so, :bowdown:
     
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    Traditional spicy tuna is made with all the crappy leftover parts of the fish after they've taken the good cuts...they use the hot sauce to cover up the nasty fishy taste those parts have.
     
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    you just made me crave it. sounds even more fucking delicious
     
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    I love spicy tuna...the fact that I'm starving doesn't help :wtc:
     
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    Doesn't spicy tuna usually have abit of tempura in it as well?
     
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    of course in a good sushi restaurant they mince up RAW blue fin tuna and mix it with mayo, siracha, and various other ingrediants.

    The canned solid albacore tuna is a quick way to get protein in a yummy manner
     
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    I always request no tempura crunch. I like lots of tobiko! of course its not going to be exactly like a sushi restaurant...but close enough, and another good way to eat canned tuna.
     
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    everyone uses their own recipe... leftover tempura crumbs included.

    my fav was the sushi place i used to work at... they didn't even throw in mayo with the minced cube of raw tuna... it was spicy sesame oil, siracha and the flying fish eggs, i think that was it, perhaps a couple other things that they didn't show me, but fucking delish!. mayo is a crappy filler imo and takes away from awesome awesome fish.

    fatty useless mayo ftl.
     
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    DatacomGuy is moving to Canada

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    Sounds.. interesting
     
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