What if we thought that these tuna and ricotta bricks could both be used for a starter with a salad or to serve as an aperitif!
Like many, for dinner, we try to come up with simple ideas, even fast because we are hungry. or we don't want to break our heads and your baby or your kids are starving
And in fact, when we get into the game and the kids put their hand to fold these bricks, we realize that we actually spent more time in the kitchen than expected.
Preparation: 20 minutes
Cooking time: 15 minutes
- 8 brick sheets
- 400g canned tuna
- 250g ricotta
- 1 tst paprika
- A pinch of ginger powder
- 1 tst, chopped flat parsley
- salt, pepper
- Butter or oil
Drain the tuna and put it in a bowl. Add the ricotta and mix with a fork.
Add remaining ingredients and mix to make smooth.
Cut the brick leaves in half, place a little stuffing and fold
Place the bricks on an ovenproof baking sheet lined with baking paper. Brush the bricks with melted butter or a little oil, using a brush.
Bake and cook for about 15 minutes, monitoring the colouring.
You can serve these tuna bricks with a salad or make a yogurt sauce to dip them in the sauce