I love eating fish and always make sure the toddler eats a healthy portion at least once a week too. One of our favourite recipes is for tuna pasta bake. It’s really quick to put together and I always make plenty so I can freeze a couple of portions.
Dried pasta (I usually use 60g per adult and used 240g for this recipe)
1 onion, chopped
1 tin of Reel Fish tuna
1 tin of chopped tomatoes (400g)
sprinkle of dried mixed herbs
grated cheese for the top
Cook the dried pasta, drain, and leave to one side. Fry the onion and garlic over a low heat, then add the tuna and heat thoroughly. Add the tin of chopped tomatoes with the herbs and season well. Leave to simmer for 5-10 minutes.
I was sent some tins of tuna from The Reel Fish Co. to try. I used one tin for this recipe and another one for tuna mayonnaise, delicious with jacket potatoes! The Reel Fish Co. tuna is caught by one method only, that’s one-by-one by fishermen using a pole and line. The tuna is never caught using nets and is fished sustainably from the Maldives. We thought it tasted delicious – great food with a conscience!