Soba Thai Tuna

Prep Time5 min
Time to Table5 min

Here’s a ‘Take 5’ collection that will have you exploring the unique cuisines of the Far East, bringing to the table a soon to be family favourite.


1 package Soba noodles
1 tomato
1/2 bunch cilantro
2 cans (85 g each) Clover Leaf Flaked Light Tuna – Spicy Thai Chili
1 tbsp sesame oil


  1. Pour a boiling kettle of water into a pot with the soba noodles and place them on high heat for 3 minutes.
  2. Meanwhile dice up the tomato removing as many seeds as possible. Chop up the cilantro.
  3. Heat up the tuna in a sauté pan.
  4. Reserve 2 tbsp of liquid, and then drain the soba noodles. Mix noodles and reserved liquid with tomato, tuna, cilantro and sesame oil.
  5. Serve.

Note: Soba noodles, mainly sourced from ethnic food stores, are native Japanese noodles made of buckwheat flour and/or wheat flour. They are either shelf stable or found fresh in the refrigerated section of the store. Soba noodles are roughly as thick as spaghetti, and prepared in various hot and cold dishes. Japanese Udon Noodles and Shanghai Noodles work as great substitutes, and can be purchased from your neighbourhood grocery store.


per serving
% Daily
Fat14 g22%
Saturated Fat2 g
Trans Fat0 g
Saturated + Trans10%
Cholesterol35 mg
Sodium530 mg22%
Carbohydrate32 g11%
Fibre1 g4%
Sugar10 g
Protein20 g
Vitamin A
Vitamin C6%

Claims per serving

Low in Saturated Fat Trans Fat Free
Excellent Source of Protein Source of Vitamin C
Excellent Source of Iron 

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