Did you know that fish such as tinned tuna or salmon should be included in the lunchbox at least once a week? This filling works just as well in a wholemeal wrap or bagel as it does in a pitta pocket.
Serves: 2 people
- Flake the tuna into a medium-sized bowl and use a fork to break up any big pieces. Add the sweetcorn and mayonnaise and stir until evenly combined, then season with a little salt and pepper. Gently fold in the sprouted seeds (though you can of course leave them out if your kids don't like them).
- Cut the pitta breads in half and gently prise them open to create a pocket. Spoon the tuna filling into the pocket, but don't stuff them too much or the bread is liable to crack or tear. Pack into an airtight container or zip-lock bag.
- Pack the pitta breads with fresh fruit, such as a sliced apple, a peeled and segmented clementine, a small banana or a handful of grapes, a yogurt pot for the dairy element of the lunch and a bottle of cold water or unsweetened fruit juice.