This easy, kid-friendly version of Korean “jeon” (fritters) creates nutritious baked tuna-tofu patties that can help get more seafood and plant protein into your child’s diet.
If your family loves tuna, you'll want to try this easy sardine wrap recipe. Sardines are a nutritious, versatile and easy-to-store pantry staple, and they can make a quick and easy lunch for kids.
Whether you’re throwing a barbecue or just snacking at home, you can’t go wrong with macaroni salad. This Korean version features tuna and veggies to make it filling and pack in extra nutrients.
This po'boy uses a kid favorite to achieve the popular crispy fish bite. Top it with a sweet peach remoulade for the perfect balance. Pack one in your child’s lunchbox for a nutritious school lunch.
Do you want to teach your kid to eat shrimp? Learn why shrimp is good for kids and how to serve it so your picky eater will try it.