Tuna croquettes with red rice

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Croquettes were originally created in France and initially emerged as a perfect recipe to take advantage of food scraps.

Its name comes from the French “Croquette” which means “crunchy” and it is such a highly valued dish that there is even the International Croquette Day, which is January 16.

Tuna is part of the group called blue fish and is rich in many nutrients such as omega 3 fatty acids, it is ideal for preventing cardiovascular diseases, protecting brain cells and improving circulation. 

Cooked with potatoes, tuna, and egg. Served with rice.