Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Fish Sandwiches

Today we had Tilapia Sandwiches. There really isn't any remarkable recipe here, but in just a few quick steps and not much time at all you can have a fantastic fish sandwich. I bought the individually wrapped and frozen tilapia filets from my local grocery store's freezer. The smaller package, 12 ounces, has 4 filets. They'll thaw quickly, about 15 minutes, if you put them in some cold water in a pan. Or you can thaw them in the refrigerator overnight. I seasoned them well on both sides with Old Bay Seasoning and then cooked all four filets in about a tablespoon of olive oil.

I served them on whole wheat buns with whatever condiments (mayo, mustard, cheese, etc...) the kids preferred, some fresh veggies and hummus for dipping. These fish sandwiches are delicious, quick & simple, and very healthy! The baby carrots and grape tomatoes aren't too bad either :)

Luci's tomato and carrot butterfly :) 


  1. Very creative Luci. I love your veggie butterfly. Sounds very healthy.

  2. You are doing amazing things with healthy foods for your family. I'm sure you're an inspiration to other parents at home with their kids!

  3. Old Bay is a great seasoning to have on hand. I used it to season a "Fish Stew" I made the other night using Tilapia and it was delicious! You are so wise to get your kids on the right track with their nutrition at an early age. They will thank you for it later on!


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