Even though it wasn't the texture that I wanted, it tasted incredible when seasoned and cooked! I nibbled on a small piece without any flavorings (and still partially frozen), and it did taste fishy. I never loved tuna fish, so I can't say if it was really close to tuna fish or not. But I would certainly buy another tube of frozen Tuno to make this recipe again:
Served 1, but can be easily double (or tripled, or quadrupled)
1/4 cup frozen Tuno, shredded
2 spears frozen broccoli, thawed (I microwaved it for a minute)
2 tbs teriyaki sauce
1 tsp dark sesame oil
1 tbs sesame seeds
1/2 tsp garlic powder
1 cup cooked bulghur or couscous
Heat sesame oil over medium-high heat. Add tuno, stiring occasionally until Tuno begins to darken slightly. Add broccoli and teriyaki sauce until teriyaki sauce reduces slightly, about 5 minutes.
Mix garlic powder with bulghur. Place on dish; spoon tuno mixture ontop of bulghur. Arrange broccoli on plate. Add sesame seeds to broccoli, tuno and bulghur. Eat!