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Tuna Cakes

Tuna Cakes recipe
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Forget everything you know about tuna cakes. Simple, cheesy and held together with hearty stuffing, these'll win over even those determined not to like seafood.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
5/7/2010
Very good. Had trouble keeping the patties together so will have to try adding an egg next time but they still tasted very good.
posted:
5/7/2010
I made these today for lunch and loved them! I changed the recipe a little though.. I added italian breadcrumbs, shredded imitation crab meat, texas pete hot sauce, and a little garlic powder and onion salt. Absolutely delicious!
posted:
5/6/2010
I made it and I and My Husband love it.. will make it again
posted:
5/6/2010
9Awesome!! I doubled it, and it turned out GREAT!! I didnt have any relish, so I chopped an onion,and only added 1C water. I also added egg(2 since I doubled it) to help it stick together. Great taste! Will be in my rotation!
posted:
5/2/2010
So fast, easy and super tasty!
posted:
4/26/2010
They tasted good, although only one of my kids would eat them, and I had alot of trouble keeping them together in patties. I ended up throwing my first "batch" away because it was just a big lumpy pile o mush. I added 2 eggs though and they stayed together a lot better.
posted:
4/26/2010
I didn't have any carrots but it was still really good. Make sure to refigerate well though because they want to fall apart easy. I also used dill relish instead of sweet. It was really tasty!
posted:
4/22/2010
Bake them instead! This was great! I modified this to make it easier by baking the cakes instead of using a frying pan. I baked them at 450 degrees for 12 minutes and then flipped them over and baked another 12 minutes on the other side. I was having a miserable time with them in the pan (sticking and not getting done in 3 minutes) and my two year old kept wanting me to play so baking was an easy alternative. I could play for 12 minutes, flip, and go back to playing. Then...ta-da, dinner was done! Tasty recipe. Will definitely bake these again.
posted:
4/14/2010
Tasty, cheap, and EASY! I also had trouble keeping them in patty form. I ended up squeezing them in a tight ball form in my hands and letting them cook in the skillet for about a minute before I flattened them; they stayed together better then.
posted:
4/11/2010
I am not a big fan of warm canned tuna, but these were very good. With so many comments that there was trouble keeping them toether, I added some egg substitute to the mix, formed them into my muffin pann and chilled them for an hour. Worked great, and tasted great. A super budget friendly recipe.
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