How to Make a Tuna Pie

April 02, 2020 in

This is the first time that I cook OMG it sounds amazing!!!

    Hello muffins! Today is the day I will share my first cooking in my blog. Okay for those people who didn't know me yet. I'am the person that actually don't know how to cook because I'am not good for cooking Lol! I've always focus on my working duties so I don't have a time to cook for myself. Most of the time my mom cook for my meal everyday "sounds embarrassing right?" Well today is my 15th day quarantine so I decide to make a experiment and that is cooking something threading. Apparently this recipe is already thread on Facebook and other website so I would love to try this. One thing I choose this recipe because I have lots of eggs and tuna in can on stock so that's why I want to try this. I read lot's of website and I'am starting to learn more cooking recipe so I'm so excited to share this maybe you can try this while your in quarantine. Okay let's start.

   
    This recipe called Tuna Pie perfect serve for snack this coming quarantine days and I will everything for this recipe. This is so simple and basic recipe so all of you will make this recipe easily.








   Boil the 2 eggs within 5 to 10 minutes these two boiled eggs are the main ingredient for the tuna pie.

  While boiling the eggs you just chopped the onions into the small bits I highly suggest putting the onion in the freezer for 10 minutes before you chop for not making you cry and it's effective.

   The mixture of mayo and tuna in a can. Take note before mixing you need to separate the oil from tuna before the mixture because the tuna oil doesn't need. Then add the chopped onion, boiled eggs, tsp salt 1 tsp pepper powder and garlic then proceed to the mixture. 

  After the mixture prepare the bread crumbs and egg for coating sorry for the messing stuff


   Washing your hand first before you proceed with this part. Remove the brown edges of the sliced / milk bread. Then use a rolling pin to flatten your bread if you don't any rolling pin you can use your palm that's why you need to wash your hands.

 Sliced the cheese into the strips and put the mixture ingredients to the bread then do this part. sorry, don't know how to explain this just look the picture lol! 


  After these steps applied to proceed to the frying part and wait until turns into golden brown make sure that your stove burner is a low mode.


then after a few minutes.




    This is my first cooking ever I hope you like it thank you muffins enjoy and stay safe!
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  1. Wow,I love that you even put a picture on each step. It make looks easier. And the tuna looks so delicious.. Great job..!

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  2. This is such an interesting recipe! My husband LOVES tuna and I'll have to use this and make it for him, thanks!!

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  3. Congratulations on your first try! Eventually, you will be a PRO. It looks delicious :)

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  4. Whoa! This looks actually truly delicious! I love tuna and I love the crunchy appearance of this recipe! :)

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  5. oh yummmm...This pie looks so so good and very easy to make...I am making it for lunch, thank you.

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  6. It looks very yummy. Gonna share with my wife.

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  7. it looks very delicious, very interesting recipe, I will truly make it tomorrow

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  8. Best part is that you added an image with each step! Thanks for sharing this recipe, I'm going to try it soon. :)

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  9. I know how to make tuna sandwich. I guess, making the tuna pie is a bit difficult.

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  10. looks delicious. i am going to make this for lunch!

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  11. This sounds super yummy! I love tuna, especially when it's toasted or fried!

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  12. Tuna pie! Never heard of it but now I want it. Biting into that crisp pie and that melted cheese! A great idea

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  13. Seems so delicious from here, i am already drooling at it with hunger for taste. Nice article

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  14. I dont eat Tuna. Do you think I can make it with veggies?

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  15. Easy peasy! Now I'm craving, yum ha-ha. Trying this one soon, thanks for sharing

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  16. Haven't tried my hands on tuna pie but it sure does seem easy to make. Thanks for the recipe.

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  17. Looks good, never thought to have tuna this way but will have to give it a try!

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  18. What a cool idea. Thanks for this post.

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  19. Your Tuna Pie looks really delicious, I am so excited to make this for my family. Thanks for sharing!

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  20. Yum, this looks so delicious! I love how you highlighted each step in making this!!

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  21. oh my these look so tasty!!! i wish i wasn't allergic to gluten and dairy

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  22. That tuna pie looks so good. My hubby likes tuna and pie so he has the best of both world with this recipe.

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  23. I like how easy and from the look it taste delicious which makes me want to try it. Might do it this weekend though I have so much free time but would love to enjoy it during the weekend. Thank you for sharing it!

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  24. Wow! This looks delicious and easy to make. Would love to try this tomorrow for breakfast. Good thing I have all the ingredients available. Thank you for sharing. :)

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  25. You are creative with the tuna. Need to try this one recipe!

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  26. Naiingit ako haha awa din ako maya2 ano ba yan haha

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  27. Love this recipe! This is a perfect easy to make Tuna Pie that would be good for those of us who only eat Fish on Fridays during lent! The whole family would love the flavors plus it isn't expensive to make!

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  28. So many people are turning to cooking right now! I think there's something really soothing about making something and there's not much soothing about the rest of life right now! x

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  29. I’ve never heard of tuna pie before but this looks good and easy so I definitely will give it a try.

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  30. This really looks so delicious. Thanks for the recipe I am sharing with my partner

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  31. I am a vegan but those tuna pies looks very scrumptious to me.

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  32. These look delicious! I've never seen anything like it. I'm vegetarian but I think there is probably some sort of substitute I can use instead of the tuna. Thank you for sharing!

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  33. I love how you’ve added pictures step by step. I’m a visual person so this works perfectly for me. I love tuna and would considering making this. Thanks for the idea!

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  34. It looks like a nice recipe. I will try this recipe some time soon.

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  35. Thanks for another amazing dish.... M trying this very soon :)

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  36. What a gret recipe! There is always a first time for everything I guess! I remember my first time cooking, I was a child and wanted to surprise my mum, boy, did I surprised her! LOL it was a disaster! I enjoy cooking but I'm not very good at it, I need to focus a lot it is not something that comes naturally.

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  37. My daughter and I both love tuna so we are going to have to give this a try I think. It’ll be nice to have something a little different

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  38. I’m always looking for different ways to cook with tuna this looks delicious

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  39. This is a great recipe. We love tuna pie and it's already Holy Week, such a fitting snack.

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  40. So great to stumble upon this, I just got a big batch of tuna from our grocery delivery and tuna sandwhiches get boring. ;) Thanks!

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  41. I'm not much so into tuna so I don't think this is something I will try. I will send this recipe to my grandma who I know will love it. She makes tuna at least once a week for one her meals.

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  42. Tuna Pie?I have never heard about this recipe before. Well, looking delicious. I'd love to try it some day!

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  43. I am not a big fan of cooked tuna but I do like sushi tuna. I give this recipe to my mom as she loves tuna.

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  44. OH yum! will definitely try this out! I love tuna pie and never have thought about this!

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  45. This is a really interesting way to use tuna. I definitely love how you used the bread. Great job, looks delicious!

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  46. That looks easy and good to try. Your tuna pie looks so tempting.

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