Tuna Sisig

Tuna Sisig
Tuna Sisig. One of the more popular healthier version of sisig is made up of tuna, bangus or tilapia. I had previously made a fish sisig made up of fried tilapia, click link to check the recipe of my version of Tilapia Sisig. Today I want to share another fish sisig that is made up of tuna. The dish is made up of flaked fried tuna steaks/slices. You may have notice by now how I cooked my sisig including the pork version, Pork Sisig and Chicken Sisig.

Tuna Sisig, Fish Sisig

I like to mix the ingredient under the heat using a big wok instead of the traditional cold mixing using a big bowl, with my method the ingredients are being lightly stirfried allowing the flavors to be infused more effectively, the sisig dish can also be served warm even without using a sizzling plate. Here is the recipe of my version of Tuna Sisig.


1 kilo tuna, sliced
1 small can liver spread
2-3 tbsp. mayonnaise
3 gloves garlic, chopped
3 medium size onion, chopped
3-5 pcs. green sili, chopped
1 pc. beef bouillon cube
1/2 cup vinegar
1/4 cup soy sauce
2 tbsp. liquid seasoning
salt and pepper
cooking oil

Cooking procedure:

Tuna Sisig - Cooking Procedure

Tuna Sisig - Fried Tuna

Fry the tuna slices in a large frying pan until golden brown, Drain on paper towels. Flake fried tuna and discard bones. In a big wok stir-fry garlic until fragrant, add in flaked tuna, liver spread, onion, beef bouillon diluted in 1/4 cup of water, vinegar, soy sauce, liquid seasoning and green sili, stir cook for 2 to 3 minutes. Season with salt and pepper to taste, now add in the mayonnaise, stir cook for another minute. Now turn off the stove. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Serve on a sizzling hot plate with kalamansi and topped with egg. Or serve on a platter and top one whole egg. Cook in a microwave oven at medium to high heat until egg white start to turn to opaque white. Serve with kalamansi.

See our other Sisig recipes;

Pork Sisig, Mama Sita’s Mix
Sisig with Mayonnaise
Crispy Sisig
Fish Sisig
Chicken Sisig
Pork Sisig


  1. Looks really delicious! Can't wait to try this recipe out! Thanks!


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