Vegan "tuna" that taste like Tuna! One of the first recipes I got stuck into when I went vegan, I didn't believe in it at first but when I made it and tried it I was blown away! I like to call it "chuna" because it is made using chickpeas which means it's high in protein too!
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  • 2Servings


  • 1 can cooked chickpeas in water

    1/4 cup vegan mayonaise

    1 tbsp nutritional yeast

    1 tbsp nori sheet flakes

    1 tbsp fresh lemon juice

    3 capers

    1 tbsp tamari

    1 pinch salt and pepper

    1/4 cup red onion


1. Finley slice the red onion and capers.

2. Using a fork or a food processor, blend or mash the chickpeas up until you get the desired consistency.

3. Add all ingredients into the same bowl and mix.

Best served chilled on toast, in a sandwich, with salad or a jacket potato!


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  • Serving Size: 2

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