Cooking with Gold Seas Tuna Chunks

Woohooo! According to my IG account, my first attempt at cooking dinner took place August 10, 2016. It’s August 21 today and so that means I have been cooking meals at home for over a year! Even with the return of the all-around helper who used to do the cooking (she came back last January while our yaya retired in April) , I’m still the one who’s in charge of what we eat.

Gold Seas Tuna ChunksI often use canned tuna for pasta dishes. When I saw Gold Seas Tuna Chunks popping all over my FB, I got curious. The colorful packaging caught my eye and I was looking for a better alternative. I wasn’t all that satisfied by the brands I had been using. I actually bought a couple of cans from the grocery before I got this package.

Gold Seas Tuna ChunksSo I got all the Gold Seas Tuna Chunks variants with matching recipe cards. There are 6 variants:

  • Herb and Garlic
  • Lemon and Pepper
  • Mild Indian Curry
  • Olive Oil
  • Olive Oil with Chili
  • Springwater

Gold Seas Tuna ChunksOnly my daughter and I were home last Saturday so I decided to try making Herbed Tuna Salpicao to go with steamed rice. This recipe makes use of Gold Seas Tuna Chunks in Herb and Garlic. It’s really easy to make — you just need olive oil, bell peppers, worcestershire sauce, and paprika. Salt and pepper are optional depending on your taste. You pretty much just saute everything together in a pan.

Gold Seas Tuna ChunksGold Seas Tuna Chunks come in easy open cans so there’s no need for a can opener.

Gold Seas Tuna ChunksI made instant ulam in 15 minutes. It went really well with steamed rice. My daughter said it was yummy! It’s already very flavorful as is so I don’t suggest adding any more salt. Pepper is fine if you want a bit more kick.

I’m very happy with Gold Seas Tuna Chunks and I can’t wait to try the other variants! I’ll probably use this in a pasta dish one of these days.

Gold Seas Tuna Chunks are available at P61+ per 185g can at all leading supermarkets nationwide.

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  • Reply eddielli Bungay August 21, 2017 at 5:31 pm

    I haven’t tried this because hindi ko pa sya nakikita SA mga supermarkets (o sadyang hindi lang ako marunong tumingin, lol!)

    I love the variants’ names and is excited to try them out! 🙂

    • Reply animetric August 22, 2017 at 8:52 am

      Yun exact price na bili ko parang P61.50 per can. Okay siya kasi di malansa. 🙂

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