Sunday, 20 November 2016

Tuna Stuffed Kamo Kamo

Carole's Chatter: Tuna Stuffed Kamo Kamo


So what is a kamo kamo, I hear you asking?  I had never seen one before either until very recently.  This is a New Zealand vegetable – it's a type of squash – think a large zucchini but more robust and nutty tasting.  It is also known is kumi kumi.

Carole's Chatter:  Kamo Kamo

To prepare the kamo kamo for stuffing just halve it longways and scoop out the seeds.

Stuffing ingredients:

Canned tuna (drained)
Cherry tomatoes
Chopped spinach
Mayo
Olive oil
Salt and pepper

Topping – grated cheese

Carole's Chatter: Tuna Stuffed Kamo Kamo

Just pop the stuffing into the kamo kamo, top with grated cheese and roast in a moderate oven for about the same time as a potato would take.

Very nice for lunch.

7 comments:

  1. I've never heard of kamo kamo either. But I really like the idea of stuffing a squash with tuna. Sounds like an easy dinner.

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  2. This is why I love reading Weekend Cooking post, you learn so many new things.

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  3. So many kinds of squash, so little time!
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  4. I have not encountered this squash before but it looks like an easy and interesting dish.

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  5. Kamo kamo kumi kumi -- I like it! Nice to meet a new vegetable here. Thanks, Carole!

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  6. It looks as large as a watermelon but I see, once you stuffed it that's it a big zucchini like squash. I like tuna so, I would try this.

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  7. I haven't seen kamo kamo before, but I love all kinds of squash and tuna. I'll look for this the next time I'm at the store.

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