Tuna, Spinach and Sunblushed Tomato Linguine
1 can John West Tuna
140g linguine or tagliatelle
2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
85g baby leaf spinach
55g sunblushed tomatoes, chopped
1 tablespoon capers
Salt and pepper
Tuna Chunks in Spring Water
Refrigerate after opening and consume within 2 days
For Best Before End: See End of Can
ALTHOUGH CARE IS TAKEN WHEN PREPARING OUR FISH, SOME BONES MAY REMAIN
John West Foods Ltd.,
|Typical Values||Drained Product Per 100g|
|Energy||478 kJ/113 kcal|
|(of which saturates)||(0.2g)|
|(of which sugars)||(0.0g)|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (16)
Very mushy and less weight than advertised on tins
The drained weight of 102 g is consistantly wrong. I did weight every opened and drained tin and everyone came up with only 92 g.
prefer tuna steaks
Taste was OK, but once you have drained the liquid, there doesnt seem to be a lot left which I bulked out with sweet corn & light salad dressing.
convenient to use for a quick meal
Not particularly chunky tuna but good taste. Also tuna in spring water to me is a good alternative to ones in oil.
good for sandwiches and the cat
Just what you want from tinned tuna. A good amount for two sandwiches or you and the cat. In spring water and the tin is easy to open with a standard opener and easy to drain.
Not bad if fresh is not liked or unaffordable
Sent for review, we stick to our belief that in this day and age it is always best to buy fresh fish rather than canned goods. This tin was edible, especially without the dreaded oil that is often used, but who really wants canned tuna or salmon nowadays when so much reasonably priced fresh fish of every variety is so easily available.............
Good tuna but not particularly chunky
I made tuna and sweetcorn spread for sandwiches using this tuna and it tasted really nice. It went down well with my toddler which is always a relief. I didn’t really notice it being that chunky and different to the usual tins of tuna I buy.