Century Tuna Breakfast Fajitas

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I’m baaaaack! Back to posting recipes, I mean.

I miss blogging Century Tuna recipes!

Today is a special treat because I’ve experimented on a breakfast meal that will trigger your imagination! Yes, I’m that confident about this dish. Hold on to your spatulas, this is going to be a mouthwatering and healthy meal!

Ladies, gentlemen, and gheys, presenting…

Century Tuna Breakfast Fajitas

Happy, healthy meal


Century Tuna Bangus Tapa

Whole wheat fajitas

From top: tomatoes with coriander coriander, lemon, green bell peppers, red onion, and alfalfa sprouts

Salt and pepper to taste

Easy peasy:

Step 1: Prep all the veggies:

•To make fresh salsa: Combine cubed fresh tomatoes, chopped coriander, and season it with salt and pepper.

•Sauté red onions and green pepper in extra virgin olive oil.

Step 2: Grill or heat up in a pan the whole wheat tortillas.

Tip: Don’t over cook the tortilla. You want it warm but not crispy as it would fall apart easily when you bite into it.

Step 3: Poach an egg

Tip: When poaching an egg, use a cup to hold the egg then slowly dip it in the simmering water (seasoned with salt and vinegar — adding 1 tbsp of vinegar to the water helps coagulate the egg) and prop it on the side of the pan to hold the egg together. Leave it till egg is cooked.

Step 4: Fry the Century Tuna Bangus Tapa.

Tip: Cook the bangus tapa in patty form to get the beef tapa-look.

Have you tried this? Oh. My. Gosh. Soooo good!

Step 5: Layer the ingredients on top of the whole wheat tortilla. Squeeze lemon juice.

Well, hello there!

Oooh…I know!

Step 6: Fold the fajita, close your eyes, and take a big bite!


I am on a special diet right now but I couldn’t help but take a bite of this! It was worth it! I made a big batch for my family and household and they all had seconds! So the next time you see the “Liza 2000” (my small but awesome helper), ask her about my Century Banus Tapa fajitas, she’ll tell you that, “iz gud!“.

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Comments 2

  1. Hi Jenni,

    I am a big fan of Century Frozen Boneless Bangus. Of course the Belly is my favorite and actually use it to make Sinigang. Sometimes, I just fry it also for that pure bangus belly flavor with salsa or vinegar dip. Hay sarap.

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