Saturday, January 23, 2010

Benefits of Eating Healthy Tuna

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My family loves eating tuna sandwich. It is easy to prepare, light on the budget and most of all good for the body.  We prefer using hot pandesal buns. I would like to share this very simple tuna sandwich recipe that my family loves.

Ingredients:

pandesal buns
1 canned tuna
3/4 cup mayonnaise
1/2 onion finely chopped
1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce
salt and pepper to taste
tomato and olives

Procedure:
  1. Open a can of tuna and drain the liquid from the can.
  2. Put the tuna in a bowl and break it into flakes.
  3. Add finely chopped onions to the bowl.
  4. Add 3/4 cup of mayonnaise.
  5. Add 1 tsp. of Worcestershire sauce
  6. Add salt and pepper to taste.
  7. Mix everything together.
  8. Spread on pandesal buns.
  9. Optional: Add slices of tomato and olive if desired.
Seafood and Pregnancy:  There are a lot of confusion about pregnancy and eating seafood. Due to this, some women totally abstain from eating seafood while they are pregnant. Well, it is true that pregnant women should avoid fish high in mercury such as shark, mackerel, swordfish and tilefish. But it is still actually SMART to eat seafood during pregnancy.

In fact, scientific studies point out that eating healthy tuna is good for pregnant women because of its benefits.  Eating seafood such as tuna during pregnancy and breastfeeding period can boost the baby's brain.  Studies show that eating healthy seafood can promote faster development among babies.  Eating seafood can also help fight heart disease.

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6 comments:

ibyang said...

i eat tuna wih rice for lunch about 3-4 times a week and i never get tired of it because it's healthy. i also use it as palaman in sandwiches.

nice recipe you got here, i'll try it soon.

:)

RennyBA said...

I love it too and this was once of the best I've seen - my moth is watering :-)

kay said...

I will be starting to eat tuna again real soon ...

katcarneo said...

Hmmm I make tuna sandwich spread too but I never tried using worcestershire sauce. Thanks for this recipe!

Vk-mahalkaayo said...

i like this, too.

using sliced bread-.---

i bring this when we have picnic or in the church, after the mass we have a coffee time.

lady j said...

i love tuna. it's so yummy & healthy! Great recipe! ^_^,

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