Yield: Yields 2 pounds.
This recipe can be doubled easily. Be sure to use very fresh tuna, and to use a deep-frying or candy thermometer to monitor the oil temperature.
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I just finished making this! It is delicious. I plan on using it in a recipe for tuna and white bean salad. It was so easy. 0
I have been making this recipe since it was first published . I have never purchased canned fish since then . I am planing to use fresh wild Opah ....I know it will be amazing
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