Tinned fish/seafood lovers?
edenapple95 Posts: 1 Member
One of my guiltiest pleasures is tinned fish/seafood. I eat multiple cans per week but crackers/ bread/pasta is getting old.
Rockmama1111 Posts: 138 MemberI’ve been trying to perfect homemade individual-sized frozen pizzas so I keep buying anchovies. I did make a decent Caesar dressing with them, but I don’t know what else I’d use them on. My partner likes to crack open a can of sardines and eat them straight. He likes the smoked oysters too.
As a couple, we smell amazing together, I’m sure. 😉3
edenapple95 wrote: »One of my guiltiest pleasures is tinned fish/seafood. I eat multiple cans per week but crackers/ bread/pasta is getting old.
Are you talking about a vehicle for snacks...crackers and oysters, tuna fish sandwiches, linguine and clams, fettuccine and shrimp, sardines and crackers? You can make tuna salad with black eyed peas, peppers. Build fish tacos. Mix them with rice. Pile salmon on salad greens. Make fish patties with herbs, spices, lemon glazes.
Make a tuna casserole or macaroni salad with chopped celery, onions, olives, peppers.
neanderthin Posts: 8,681 MemberYeah, I'm a Nuri sardine fan and consume around 8 to 10 tins a month and I just eat them straight lol. Cheers0
My guilty pleasure is tuna or salmon over rice with frozen Vegetables and mayo. Kind of like an unstuffed onigiri. But I may be a little strange0
I just discovered sardines with tomato paste.
My husband can't stand tinned fish but I thought the combo was pretty good.0
I own two cookbooks about tinned fish, and I really like them even though the recipes are quite simple. I think only has has so far been translated. It's called Cooking with Tinned Fish by Bart van Olphen. So yeah, totally a fan. Especially good-quality tinned fish1
beabria Posts: 457 MemberI love canned tuna. (I can tolerate other canned fish, but don't crave them.) One thing I have on frequent rotation is healthified smokey tuna dip. One 8oz package of cream cheese, two cans of light tuna (drained), garlic powder, salt, liquid smoke, and Worcestershire sauce. It makes more of a spread than a dip, but I usually eat it with crackers, carrot chips, or just on its own for an easy to transport lunch. You could also top just about anything with this, or build it into a sandwich. The smokey flavor makes it a little different than many other canned tuna recipes.0
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