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Vindaloo Tuna Mornay

If you love tuna mornay and you love Indian food then you will love this recipe. Very tasty and very--well Indian in flavour. Instead of adding vindaloo you can add any other Indian flavour to it and see how it goes.

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20mins
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directions

  • Place the butter in a preheated saucepan and melt the butter down (on low heat).
  • Once the butter is melted down add the plain flour.
  • Stir well and cook the mixture of butter and plain flour which should go a bit lumpy and dry at this stage.
  • Very important that you cook this well (2-4 minutes).
  • Remove from heat and slowly, very slowly add the milk and stir.
  • The sauce should now be getting smooth.
  • If it is lumpy you have been adding the milk to fast.
  • Keep adding the milk until the desired thickness is achieved.
  • Add the paprika and lemon juice for a bit of extra kick.
  • Add the cheese slowly and stir in so that you can not see any grated cheese in the dish.
  • Any other herbs for a bit of extra taste.
  • Add the vindaloo flavoured tuna first and stir.
  • Add the white pepper.
  • Add the plain tuna and let it sit on low heat for 5 minutes lightly stirring every minute or so.
  • Garnish with some parsley.
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@Ben Ross
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@Ben Ross
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"If you love tuna mornay and you love Indian food then you will love this recipe. Very tasty and very--well Indian in flavour. Instead of adding vindaloo you can add any other Indian flavour to it and see how it goes."
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  1. Ben Ross
    If you love tuna mornay and you love Indian food then you will love this recipe. Very tasty and very--well Indian in flavour. Instead of adding vindaloo you can add any other Indian flavour to it and see how it goes.
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