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Sweet Potatoes With Curried Tuna And Feta

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1 medium sweet potato (or 2 small)
1 tin tuna
½ tbsp curry paste
½ tbsp tomato puree
1 tbsp mayonnaise
Feta cheese
Lamb’s lettuce or spinach to serve

Nutritional information

43.69 g
9.55 g
8.43 g
949 mg
25 mg

Sweet Potatoes With Curried Tuna And Feta

  • Veg
    • 45 mins
    • Easy



    This dish, sweet potatoes with curried tuna and feta is a literal mouthful. And that’s a good thing, because it is nothing short of scrumptious. You may not think that all these ingredients go together, but they actually fit together fabulously well. The sweet potatoes, tuna, and feta are all filled with healthy fats that your body and your taste buds need. Although this meal is not vegetarian or vegans, it is one of the best pescatarian dishes that you will ever try.

    Health Benefits

    Tuna is one of the best choices of fish that you can eat, both for taste and health benefits. The source of both of these pros is that the fat content contained in tuna. Fatty fish like tuna are rich in omega-3 fatty acids which does a lot to improve and maintain your bodily health. Specifically, omega-3 fatty acids protect your memory functionality, improve your cognitive abilities, and functions as a natural anti-inflammatory, making it great for pain relief.

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    How to make Sweet Potatoes With Curried Tuna And Feta

    1. Set the grill temperature to a medium-high heat.
    2. Scrub and dry the sweet potato.
      1. Stab with a fork and place in the microwave.
      2. Microwave on high for 2 minutes.
      3. Turnover the potato and repeat until it becomes soft and is cooked through.
    3. Drain the tuna and place it in a bowl with the mayonnaise, curry paste, and tomato puree mayonnaise while the potato is cooking in the microwave.
      1. Mix well.
    4. Place the potato on a small baking tray once it’s cooked.
      1. Slice in half and spread on the tuna.
      2. Crumble on some feta cheese and place on the grill until lightly browned.
    5. Serve with lamb’s lettuce, spinach, rocket etc...


    Tuna is sometimes referred to as, the chicken of the sea.

    Susan White

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