Salmon (or Tuna) Conglomeration

Salmon (or Tuna) Conglomeration

Well…as you can probably tell from the name of this recipe, I really had no idea what to call it, but we’ve had it once with tuna and once with salmon and loved it both ways. Even my two-year old gobbled it up! And it is very forgiving, so feel free to change up amounts and ingredients!

Salmon (or Tuna) Conglomeration

Ingredients:
10-15 oz. of salmon or tuna
1-2 sweet potatoes (I used the “sweet potatoes” that are lighter in color and have a yellowish flesh)
1-2 cups frozen peas
3 eggs
3-4 Tbsp. butter

Directions:
1. If your salmon or tuna is not pre-baked, bake it and chop it.
2. Hard boil the eggs (I bring water with eggs in it to a boil and boil for 10 minutes). Chop or slice eggs into desired sizes.
3. Cut up sweet potato(es) into small, bite-sized pieces (1/2″ to 1″).
4. Fry potatoes in butter in large skillet, stirring frequently.
5. Meanwhile, heat up peas in a bit of water in a medium saucepan.
6. Once the potatoes are cooked to desired tenderness, add boiled eggs, salmon or tuna, and peas. Cover and cook one minute or until everything is warm! Serve!

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