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Healthy Snack Ideas: Tuna Wasabi Spread with Crackers

Healthy Snack Ideas: Tuna Wasabi Spread with Crackers
Buenos Dias! I’m back with another healthy recipe idea. This time it’s a recipe using a weird concoction of ingredients which I happen to discover while I was preparing a post-gym snack in the late evening. I would usually skip dinner and spend my after-working hours in the gym to attend floating yoga or dance classes. ( Yesterday, I challenged myself to attend the advance floating yoga class and it was indeed straining on the muscles but a great workout!)

This recipe requires a few simple ingredients to prepare a wasabi-flavoured tuna which I promise that it will not burn your tongue simply because of the presence of cucumber chunks which cools and soothes your tastebuds.

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Here’s I’m using Farmland’s plain tuna, soaked in polyunsaturated oil,which is SGD 1.90 for a can and probably the cheapest can of tuna you can get in the local supermarket!

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Add a dash of black pepper to season the tuna.

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Add about a quarter teaspoon of wasabi.

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Dice up the cucumber into small cubes to be mixed with the tuna. 

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Mixed it well.

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Finally, add a teaspoon of salad cream or mayonnaise just to gel every up together before spreading it on a piece of wholemeal bread or crackers.

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Meiji crackers are the best!

Cheerios! 


A light and cruncy post-gym snack. A spicy wasabi-kick with juicy cucumbers that is both cooling and refreshing.


But beware, not to indulge in too much of it! Wholemeal, rice or wheat crackers would be a better option.

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