Tuna Hash

We Filipinos are built for creativity in the kitchen. Give us some canned food, a few vegetables and we can have dinner that will feed a family of 4 or more. This tuna hash is one of those classic, "tipid" or frugal meals that regularly come up the dinner table in most homes.

My husband actually taught me this dish but I just added some "flair" into it. He only used to cook the basic tuna and egg version so I made it more filling by adding cubed potatoes. 

You need:

a can of tuna, drained
garlic and onions
you can also add some tomatoes 
2 eggs, beaten
cubed potatoes
salt and pepper
Knorr seasoning (optional)
dried parsley

Let's do this!

In a pan, heat some oil. Cook the onions until translucent. Add the garlic. If you are using tomatoes, cook those first until limp and then the onions and then the garlic. When the garlic is fragrant, add the potatoes. Cook until tender, mixing regularly to prevent them from sticking. Add the tuna. Cook for 1 minute. Add the beaten eggs and mix well. Season with salt and pepper. Add about 2-3 shakes of Knorr seasoning if using. Sprinkle some fresh or dried parsley on top for an extra flavor kick. Serve with rice. 


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