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Cyclops Fish Filet Pitas

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Recipe By Rallie McAllister

Enjoy this “spooky” menu idea that kids will love and are good for them, too.


  • 2 100% Whole Fillets Fish Fillets
  • 2 leaves Boston lettuce
  • 6 teaspoons Tangy Tartar Sauce
  • 1 carrot stick
  • 1 black olive, sliced in half
  • ½ whole grain pita pocket, cut in half to make 2 pita wedges


    1. Prepare fish fillets according to package instructions.
    2. Spread 2 teaspoons Tangy Tartar Sauce on inside of each pita wedge. Place lettuce leaf and fish fillet inside pita.
    3. Cut two ¾ inch slices from carrot stick and place on top of pita wedges for eye.
    4. Spread 1 teaspoon tartar sauce or ranch dip on top of carrot slice and top with ½ olive for eye.
    5. Cut a thin, 1-inch long strip from carrot and place above “eyeball” to make eyebrow.
    6. Makes two. Serve with Creamy-Zesty Cole Slaw, corn on the cob, and fresh apple slices.

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