Spicy Tuna Wrap

March/April 2011

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These tuna wraps were inspired by spicy tuna sushi rolls. We love how they taste with peppery watercress, but other greens, such as arugula, romaine, escarole or even radish sprouts, would taste great in the filling. If you want to play on the sushi inspiration, stir some wasabi into the soy sauce for dipping and serve with pickled ginger. Serve with sliced cucumbers and slivered red onions tossed with rice vinegar, a little oil and a pinch of salt.

Spicy Tuna Wrap

8 Reviews for Spicy Tuna Wrap


We enjoyed this recipe very much! It is easy and a nice option on a hot summer day or when you do not feel like cooking. Do not be intimidated by the amount or sriracha as when matched with the other ingredients it melds together deliciously! This will be a regular in our home!

easy, almost no cook, unique
Almost satisfied my sushi craving (-:

Very flavorful. Loved the creaminess of the avocado and the crunch of the carrots! Just the right amount of heat. I agree that this is not fishy tasting at all. I had some difficulty getting the wrap to stay tight after cutting it. I love sushi but cannot get it often, and this is a great alternative!

Easy, very flavorful
fresh and tasty wrap

Easy to make, tasty to eat. What can I say? The spice is just the right amount. You don't get that fishy taste that chunk light tuna can give recipes. I wolfed mine down.

fresh combination of flavors-NOT fishy

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