1. Favorite Tuna Salad:
My sister-in-law, with her six children and job as a Realtor, doesn't have much time to cook. But she is neighborhood-renown for her egg salad and tuna salad. Her fridge is always stocked with these salads, so her kids can easily make themselves sandwiches. Her Tuna Salad recipe proves, once again, that sometimes simple is best.
2. Tuna Noodle Casserole (Dairy):
Susan Portman is a talented artist who also knows how to cook artfully. Susan highly recommends this Tuna Noodle Casserole, as it is an easy-to-make crowd-pleaser.
3. Tuna Patties (Parve):
Naomi Muller's Tuna Patties call for just seven ingredients, all of which are likely to be sitting in your pantry at any time. The patties are easy to make, healthy and tasty enough to please your children.
4. Tuna Tacos (Dairy):
Naomi Muller's Tuna Tacos are kid-friendly. Muller suggests putting all the toppings in small bowls so children can assemble their own tacos. Toppings include cheese, salsa, cut-up tomatoes and sour cream. For an even more exciting look, use blue corn taco shells.
5. Tuna Pasta Salad (Parve):
For a healthy and satiating salad that your children may even enjoy, try this light, colorful and tasty Tuna Pasta Salad. With tuna, pasta and vegetables, the salad makes a yummy meal-in-one.
6. Cheesy Tuna Pie (Dairy):
This Cheesey Tuna Pie is not only a favorite recipe in our home, it is also a favorite recipe on our neighborhood in Israel. It is one of those recipes that every asks for after eating it at Sabbath lunch.
7. Simple Tuna Pie (Parve):
If your kids like tuna, this Simple Tuna Fish Pie is a very easy way to turn a can of tuna into a meal. Simply lay out the defrosted dough, fill it with the tuna mixture, and bake. The recipe does not include cheese or other milk products, but it does include eggs.
8. Tuna Potato Salad (Dairy):
Does the summer heat put you in the mood for a light supper? This Tuna Potato Salad can be a lite but satiating meal-in-one. And all you have to do is mix boiled potatoes and eggs with tuna, cheese, olive oil and spices.
9. Asian Tuna Salad (Parve):
I first ate Asian Tuna Salad at a Bar Mitzvah luncheon, and I immediately feel in love with its fresh, light and original taste. When Julie Remer and Paula Weinstein contributed this recipe for Asian Tuna or Chicken Salad, I was pleasantly surprised to learn how simple a dish it is to prepare.
10. Tuna Mousse (Parve):
This Tuna Mousse is a great Shabbat appetizer as it looks so appetizing when made in a pretty mold. As this recipe freezes really well, I suggest preparing it ahead of time so you have less cooking to do right before the festive meal.