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Delicious and Responsibly Caught #OceanNaturals Skipjack Tuna Fajitas

Our family loves tuna fish.  I always feel a bit guilty about eating it, however, because of the fact that most tuna fish is not responsibly caught and fishing for tuna harms dolphins.  

Skipjack tuna is also good for you, which I love because it’s easy to get the boys to eat good protein and Omega 3 fatty acids.  There are no fillers or additives, and canned Ocean Naturals skipjack tuna makes quick meals super easy.

Skipjack Tuna Fajitas

So how does the Skipjack tuna taste?  Fresh…and naturally delicious!  Since I am on a Mexican food kick lately, I wanted to make skipjack tuna fajitas, and they turned out good!  (I used tortillas that we purchase from Bountiful Baskets, because they contain the best ingredients that I’ve found in tortillas….no hydrogenated oils, etc.)

Skipjack Tuna Fajitas

Skipjack Tuna Fajitas

Skipjack Tuna Fajitas are so quick and easy!

Ingredients

  • one can of skipjack tuna
  • package of flour tortillas
  • one bell pepper, sliced thinly
  • one small yellow onion, sliced thinly
  • salt and pepper, to taste
  • 2 TBSP olive or grapeseed oil
  • one avocado
  • cheddar cheese, shredded (optional)
  • salsa (optional)

Instructions

    Heat 2 TBSP of olive or grapeseed oil in a skillet over medium-high heat.


    Add in sliced bell pepper and onions and cook until onions are clear and cooked well.


    Add in skipjack tuna and cook until tuna is heated through.  Salt and pepper to taste.

    Warm tortillas in the microwave or over the stove.

    Add as much tuna, bell peppers, onions, and any other toppings as you like to a tortilla.

    Roll up, and enjoy!

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Sara Merritt

Wednesday 6th of November 2013

We eat fish regularly, but not meat so this would be a great way for our family to enjoy fajitas again!  Thanks for sharing your creativity in the kitchen! #client

Jennifer

Friday 1st of November 2013

I would have never thought to put tuna in fajitas! Looks yummy (:

Jennifer Wagner

Friday 1st of November 2013

They look very good. My husband would love them.

Kristin Wheeler (@MamaLuvsBooks)

Friday 1st of November 2013

These look yummy! I love seeing different ideas for tuna recipes! #client

Mitch

Friday 1st of November 2013

That s a very bold recipe, I never thought to use tuna in any mexican recipes!

thanks,

Mitch

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