Tuna and Rice Bowls

We’re back to home-schooling and the realisation that primary teachers have a patience setting that I don’t have. We will do our best but I know I’ll have to be careful with my mental health as I will have no alone time for the foreseeable future. So, as promised, this week I have some extremely simple meal ideas for you as we get to grips with our newest normal. Getting a meal on the table during these times is what makes you One Tough Cooker. I’m starting off with a pared down version of my Squidgy Tuna Bowls. This nutritious meal relies heavily on stuff you probably have in the cupboards and freezer.

Post-Natal Superfood Profile: NUTS, BEANS & SEEDS
Some nuts, beans and seeds contain good levels of omega-3 which is an essential nutrient for your brain to function, especially when managing depression.

INGREDIENTS
Serves 2 Adults and 2 Kids

2 packs of microwave wholegrain rice
2 tins of tuna in water
1 spring onion
150g frozen peas
Mayo/Soy Sauce/Hot Sauce/Oyster Sauce/Ketchup
extras you can add: half a boiled egg, frozen edamame, seeds mix

  • Pour the peas into a microwavable bowl then cover with water and grind over some salt. Microwave on high for 4-6 minutes depending on the power of your appliance.
  • Drain the tuna and tip into a bowl. Cut the lemon in half and squeeze the juice of half the lemon over the tuna. Grind over some salt then using a fork stir in as much mayo as you like to get tuna mayo.
  • Once the peas are done microwave the rice according to the package instructions. Once it’s done divide the rice between four bowls. Dish up the tuna mix and peas. Finely slice the spring onion and scatter over the adult dishes (my kids won’t eat spring onion).
  • Let everyone choose their own condiments. I like my homemade hot sauce and soy sauce on mine. Paul like Hoisin and hot sauce. The kids like a ubiquitous splodge of ketchup.

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I'm the writer at One Tough Cooker. My experience with post-natal depression has shaped my appreciation for the family cook. We make thousands of meals to feed our families' tummies, hearts and minds.

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