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RECIPE: Bento Box by Gold Seas Tuna Chunks

Sharing a bento box recipe created by Kat Maderazo for Gold Seas Tuna Chunks. Kat came up with easy-to-prepare recipes for busy moms, and also to help encourage kids to finish their meals in school. These bento box recipe ideas are not only easy-to-prepare, it is also delicious and nutritious.

Gold Seas Tuna Nuggets

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Serves: 8 medium sized nuggets

Ingredients:
1 can of Gold Seas Tuna Chunks in Herb and Garlic 185g
1/2 cup flour
Japanese breadcrumbs (to coat nuggets)
salt to taste
Dip: ketchup and mayonnaise

Steps:
1. Drain 1 can of Gold Seas Tuna Chunks in Herb and Garlic. 
2. Transfer to a mixing bowl and break the tuna chunks with a fork.
3. Mix 1/2 cup of flour and season with salt.
4. Mold into nuggets.
5. Generously coat nuggets with breadcrumbs. 
6. Bake or air fry for 10-15mins until slightly brown. 
7. Arrange in bento box with rice, vegetables and fruit. 

Gold Seas Tuna Mayo Sandwich (snack bento)

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Serves: 2 big sandwiches 

1 can of Gold Seas Yellowfin Tuna Chunks in Springwater 185g
3/4 cup of mayonnaise
Salt to taste
Bread slices
1. Drain 1 can of Gold Seas Yellowfin Tuna Chunks in Springwater.
2. Mix the chunks with mayonnaise. Add some salt to taste.

3. Spread generously on bread. 

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