Just to be clear, I dislike seafood, GREATLY! I don't eat shrimp, or salmon, or tilapia. When I became Paleo I realized I liked even fewer varieties than I had previously thought. I didn't actually like Tuna, I liked the mayo and relish it was covered in. I didn't actually enjoy crab, it was the cream cheese and fried won ton I liked. So, needless to say, our intake of seafood is fairly low. I am trying to change that, and I actually created a recipe that not only the kids would eat, but one that I like too!! If you are trying to get your kids to eat more variety, try this recipe. I called these chicken strips, and they eat ate 3 or 4!
I seasoned these very minimally as I was making them more for the kids than for the adults, but you could easily change up the flavor profile in these with a variety of seasonings.
5 Tilapia Fillets, or other mild flavored white fish
1/2 C Almond Flour
1/4 C Coconut Flour + 1/8 C
1/4 C Arrowroot Powder
1 tsp Salt
Avocado Oil- for frying
Start by cutting fish into stick shapes, ensuring consistency in size is maintained so they all cook at a similar speed.