Tuna and Fennel Polpette

Tuna and Fennel Polpette

If you like the texture and flavour of meatballs then you’ll love these tuna and fennel polpette. The fennel adds a slight aniseed flavour to the dish. Make a batch for the family tonight and see if these become your new family favourite. Watch Justine Schofield show you how.

A serving of Tuna and Fennel Polpette

Did you know Italy has its version of meatballs called polpettes, but they differ from their American counterpart in multiple ways. They are primarily eaten as a meal itself (plain) or in soups and made with any meat from turkey to fish. Often, they are no bigger in size than golf balls; in the region of Abruzzo, they can be no bigger in size than marbles and called polpettines.

Give this Tuna and Fennel Polpette a try soon and if you’re looking for more inspirational and tasty tuna recipe ideas, check out our complete range of easy-to-make tuna recipes.


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