Wine and food pairing with recipes of Tuna and tomato purée pie

Find the best food and wine pairings with a recipe of Tuna and tomato purée pie. The ingredients in this recipe are usually egg, salt, pepper, onion, tomato paste, puff pastry, breadcrumbs, tuna.

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The wines that pair with a recipe of Tuna and tomato purée pie

About Poultry

Poultry are birds that are fed and raised in backyards or in industrial breeding for their meat and eggs. They include gallinaceous birds (chicken, turkey, rooster, guinea fowl, quail) and palmipeds (duck, goose). Poultry are low-fat meats. We distinguish the following parts in the cutting of poultry: the "whites", which sometimes tend to dry out during roasting, the legs and wings.

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