Who doesn’t love Chinese pancakes? Here instead of using duck, we use tuna in a soy and hoisin marinade for a healthier and speedier take on a classic favourite. This dish is a perfect mid-week meal, an ideal supper for two which can be on the table in under 20 minutes.
NUTRITION NOTES - Tuna is the perfect firm-fleshed fish to cook on the BBQ, and the nutrition credentials of this dish are immediately elevated by selecting this ingredient. Tuna is packed full of protein and predominantly mono-unsaturated fatty acids – those that you would usually find in olive oil. Omega-3 fatty acids are also present, which are known to be beneficial to heart health; they are also known to help maintain normal blood pressure. We should all try and add more foods containing omega 3 fatty acids to our diets.