Tuna and Egg Bricks

This is a simple, quick and delicious recipe based on tuna that @sourires_et_papilles‘s dad used to make when she was a child.
Calie was so lovely and shared it with us, so more people can enjoy these tasty bricks.

Find the instructions and ingredients for 2 people (4 bricks) below.



  1. Drain the tuna in spring water.
    Crumble it in a container and mix it with the tuna in olive oil that you have taken from the can without draining it.
  2. Peel and chop the onion, then add it to the tuna. Season with the chopped parsley/coriander, salt and pepper and combine everything well.
  3. Take 2 sheets of brick pastry off the paper and place them one on top of each other.
    Make a nest with the tuna, leaving a hole in the middle.
    Crack an egg to place it in the hole,then salt and pepper the yolk.
    Sprinkle with a few capers and fold the brick into a square or rectangle.
    Repeat these steps for each brick.
  4. Fry them in hot olive oil on medium high heat for 2 to 3 minutes on the folded side until the brick is golden brown. Then flip it to the other side and fry for 1,5 to 2 more minutes, depending on whether you prefer the egg runny or not.
  5. You can add a drizzle of lemon juice on top of each of your bricks.

Enjoy hot with a salad.

One Comment Add yours

  1. BeUatiful looks delicious


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