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Gearing Up For Seafood Fridays

Gearing Up For Seafood Fridays

As we enter the Lenten season, a great many individuals will search for incredible fish formulas as their contrasting option to meat. Not knowing where to look, numerous will settle on essential dishes that won't not fulfill their longing for a real decent dinner. With a little inventiveness and assistance from rack stable fish, the Lenten season can be loaded with an assortment of sense of taste satisfying options. 

"Individuals regularly don't realize what to cook amid Lent, so they swing to 'dependable' top picks, for example, veggie sandwiches, pastas and plates of mixed greens," said Culinary Expert Lena Cutler. 

"Rack stable fish is extremely reasonable and simple to substitute in your most loved meat-based dishes," said Cutler. 

"Canned and pouched fish are accessible in numerous assortments, including fish, salmon, crab, shrimp, mollusks and clams," said Cutler. "You can utilize fish or salmon rather than meat for burgers, tacos, panfry and that's only the tip of the iceberg." 

Rack stable fish likewise has numerous medical advantages. 

"Notwithstanding being conve-nient, rack stable fish is low in fat and calories," said Registered Dietician Sharon McNerney. "Tuna fish and salmon are real wellsprings of protein and heart-sound omega-3 unsaturated fats." 

The American Heart Association's dietary rules prescribe eating no less than two servings of fish for every week, since omega-3 has been demonstrated to help decrease the shot of getting coronary illness. 

Here's a delightful panfry to get your imaginative cooking juices streaming: 

Teriyaki Cashew Tuna 


1/3 container teriyaki sauce or panfry sauce 

2 (6-oz.) jars depleted Chicken of the Sea® Solid White Albacore Tuna in Spring Water 

1 Tablespoon vegetable oil 

1/2 teaspoon minced new garlic 

1/2 container green onion, cut into 1/2-inch pieces 

1/2 container each: cut celery and cut red ringer peppers 

1 (10-oz.) bundle of solidified pea pods, defrosted 

1 (6-oz.) can cut water chestnuts, depleted 

1/2 container cashews 

Hot cooked rice 


In medium bowl, tenderly join the sauce with Chicken of the Sea® Albacore Tuna; put aside. In a huge skillet, warm oil until hot; sauté garlic. Include onion, celery, peppers, pea pods, cashews and water chestnuts; cook until the point that celery is fresh and delicate. Include fish blend and keep cooking until hot. Serve over hot cooked rice. Makes 4 servings. 

Planning Time: 20 minutes