Let’s cook something easy, healthy, and fun with your kids! This tuna okara sandwich contains a good amount of soy protein and fiber from okara (soy pulp that you can get from local supermarket at quite a reasonable price). Slicing the tomato just a little bit makes it easier to keep it on the bread. I kept the stem of the tomato to make antennae, but it will do without them.
Servings: 2 sandwiches
Cooking time: 30 min (with kids)
- 2 pieces of french baguette (15cm long each) or any bread you like
- 40g of canned tuna (drained)
- 4 tbs of raw okara
- 2 tbs of finely chopped onion
- 1 tbs of yogurt
- 1 tbs of mayonnaise
- A pinch of salt
- A pinch of pepper
- 1 tbs of butter
- 1 cucumber
- 2 mini tomatoes
- Small amount of hard cheese (for caterpillar’s eyes)
- 4 pieced of black sesame seeds (for caterpillar’s eyes)
- Combine tuna, okara, onion, yogurt, mayonnaise, salt, and pepper, and mix well.
- Slice bread if needed, and toast lightly. Spread butter, then the tuna okara mixture.
- Place cucumber slices and mini tomatoes on tuna okara spread.
- Put small pieces of hard cheese on tomatoes, then black sesame seeds to make eyes.