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Josh Niland launches a Yellowfin Tuna Kofta

Do you see what’s different about this kebab? Famous chef stuns with his VERY tasty twist on the classic takeaway

  • Top chef Josh Niland shared a mouthwatering yellowfin tuna kofta
  • The dish stunned hundreds after a photo of the inventive dish was posted online
  • A customer said it was the best they had ever eaten
  • The Sydney chef is known for his creative reinventions of classic takeaway meals


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A top chef known for reinventing classic takeaway dishes with a twist of seafood has shared his take on kebabs.

Josh Niland, the head chef of Saint Peter and Sydney’s Fish Butchery, shared a photo of his mouthwatering creation after using a Yellowfin tuna kofta instead of beef or lamb.

He combined the kofta with sumac onions, tahini yogurt, tomato and parsley and put it on his Fish Butchery takeout menu for one day.

The lemon and sumac used on the onions is a method commonly used in Turkish cooking and makes the onions ‘softer’ and tastier to eat.

A top chef known for reinventing classic takeaway dishes with a twist of seafood has shared his take on a classic kebab - he recently shared a photo of his seared tuna kofta

A top chef known for reinventing classic takeaway dishes with a twist of seafood has shared his take on a classic kebab – he recently shared a photo of his seared tuna kofta

The photo of the new menu item took social media by storm, with hundreds of comments about the chef’s “genius” creation.

‘That looks excellent! This is insane on so many levels,” one wrote.

‘This was delicious. Honestly the best thing I’ve ever eaten. Please make this a normal situation,” added another.

Niland regularly impresses with his take on takeaway, and the MasterChef tribe recently tried a fish version of a Bunnings-inspired sausage using fish instead of beef.

He combined the kofta with sumac onions, tahini yogurt, tomato and parsley and put it on his takeout menu Fish Butchery for one day

He combined the kofta with sumac onions, tahini yogurt, tomato and parsley and put it on his takeout menu Fish Butchery for one day

He combined the kofta with sumac onions, tahini yogurt, tomato and parsley and put it on his takeout menu Fish Butchery for one day

Josh Niland (pictured) is the head chef at Saint Peter and Sydney's Fish Butchery

Josh Niland (pictured) is the head chef at Saint Peter and Sydney's Fish Butchery

Josh Niland (pictured) is the head chef at Saint Peter and Sydney’s Fish Butchery

The 32-year-old carefully constructed the fish sausages to make them look identical to the classic snags and shared a photo of the grilled sausage served with a slice of white bread.

‘Missing Bunnings sausage hisses? Fish sausages from the charcoal grill, with grilled onions and our BBQ Sauce,” he wrote on Instagram.

Sydney diners who tried the creation were impressed with the flavor combinations.

Niland regularly impresses with his take on takeaway, and the MasterChef tribe recently tried a fish version of a Bunnings-inspired sausage using fish instead of beef

Niland regularly impresses with his take on takeaway, and the MasterChef tribe recently tried a fish version of a Bunnings-inspired sausage using fish instead of beef

Niland regularly impresses with his take on takeaway, and the MasterChef tribe recently tried a fish version of a Bunnings-inspired sausage using fish instead of beef

‘The best fish sausages ever and a creation unique to this place. I’ve never had anything like this. The flavors are absolutely divine, you can taste the sea in them. Nice,” one woman wrote.

Another customer rated the sausage sizzle a perfect 10 out of 10 after trying the fish creation without sauce.

‘The most sublime sausage sandwich. Similar in texture and appearance to chicken sausage, but distinctly fishy in taste, although in the most subtle of ways, only slightly stronger in flavor than a mild fish,” she said.

After sharing the creation on social media, many couldn’t believe that the sausage sizzles are made with fish, while others were amazed at its tasty creation.

“This looks sensational,” one wrote, while another added, “Complete with crust removed for all the grown kids out there.”

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