Easy Fish Recipes

My kids are loves to eat a lot. If we ran out of food in the pantry or fridge, then I will be doomed. They would bug me for hours or they will go back to the pantry and open the cabinets and would search for food for hours. But then not all my kids have the same taste and appetite. Unfortunately, my eldest is such a hardwork. He would be picky when it comes to food that it ha become so annoying on my part. While two of my kids would eat our meals with gusto, he is quite different. You would easily see form his face the dislike. 

I have challenged myself for the past years to at least feed him healthy food but oftenly I would end up frustrated. Amongst the dishes I would make, he only eats meat and fishes, no vegetables and fruits. As for the fish, he will choose what he only likes. The rest, he wouldn't even dare try. 

According to Women’s and Children’s Health Network, “It is recommended that young children under six years old eat two to three servings of fish each week. A serving for a young child is about 75g, which is about the amount of three fish fingers. Small fare good for children. Canned tuna is a good choice as the mercury levels are very low, and only small tuna are used for canning.” 

I wrote here in this blogspot how to end mealtime battles. But then again, my eldest is a constant work, and I know I will slowly get there. But still, I hope you can get a thing or two from there. 

In this blogpost, I will share with you some fish recipes that is so easy to do at home. I always stock tuna canned goods in the pantry because it is healthier choice for the family and very versatile.   


Gold Seas Tuna Cakes


Serves: 7-8 patties

Ingredients:
1 can Gold Seas Yellowfin Tuna Chunks in Olive Oil 185g, drained
1 large Potato
1 Egg
Salt to taste
Oil from tuna 

Steps:
1. Peel potatoes and slice into smaller pieces. Boil until soft for about 20 minutes. Drain and mash.
2. Mix the tuna chunks and mashed potatoes. Add egg and mix well. 
4. Form into patties.
5. Lightly oil a non-stick skillet using the olive oil from the tuna can. 
6. Fry until golden brown. 

This is good as is or prepared as a sandwich, and it is good with any dip. 

Gold Seas Tuna Nuggets


Serves: 8 medium-sized nuggets

Ingredients:
1 can of Gold Seas Tuna Chunks in Herb and Garlic, 185g
1/2 cup flour
Japanese breadcrumbs (to coat nuggets)
Salt to taste
Ketchup and mayonnaise, as dip

Steps:
1. Drain 1 can of Gold Seas Tuna Chunks in Herb and Garlic. 
2. Transfer to a mixing bowl and break the tuna chunks with a fork.
3. Mix 1/2 cup of flour and season with salt.
4. Mold into nuggets.





5. Generously coat nuggets with breadcrumbs. 
6. Bake or air fry for 10-15 minutes until slightly brown. 
7. Arrange in bento box with rice, vegetables, and fruit. 

Gold Seas Tuna Mayo Sandwich


Serves: 2 big sandwiches 

1 can of Gold Seas Yellowfin Tuna Chunks in Springwater, 185g
3/4 cup of mayonnaise
Salt to taste
Bread slices


1. Drain 1 can of Gold Seas Yellowfin Tuna Chunks in Springwater.
2. Mix the chunks with mayonnaise. Add some salt to taste.
3. Spread generously on bread. 


Gold Seas Tuna Chunks is the first Philippine canned tuna brand to offer exciting gourmet flavors. Gold Seas Tuna Chunks is available in leading supermarkets, groceries, and convenience stores and are offered in 90g and 185g variants. Every can of tuna chunks is responsibly fished, dolphin-safe, and Halal-certified. Like @goldseastunachunks on Facebook. #TasteMatters #HealthyChunkyGoodness

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