iCook: (2) Whole wheat tuna pancakes.

Well, along with sleeping, cooking sounds like a good coping mechanism. Yesterday I had tuna for lunch, and given the fact that my taste buds don’t quite get along with tuna, I had to come up with a modification for that banana pancake recipe from Body beast workout’s nutritional guide; “The Book Of Beast”.. Somehow it turned out to be a superb meal!

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  • 1 cup whole wheat flour. I don’t have it, so I use 1/2 cup white flour + 1/2 cup bran.
  • 1 tsp. baking powder.
  • 1 can water-preserved tuna, drained.
  • 2 whole eggs.
  • Around 100 ml skimmed milk (or more until you get the right consistency).
  • Salt, pepper & seasoning as you wish (I love dried mint leaves and soy sauce).
  • Sunflower oil (around 1 tsp. per pancake).


  • Mix dry ingredients first.
  • Mix the eggs, tuna, salt and milk.
  • Heat your pan, add 1 tsp. oil per pancake.
  • Simply Cook and serve with steamed veggies.

Bon appetit!