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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:
10/7/2011
We didn't use carrot and I forgot the shredded cheese and we still liked them. The only thing that dropped this to 4 stars for me was that they were hard to keep together. I'm going to try a beaten egg in it this time around and bake them to see if that makes a difference.
posted:
10/5/2011
I enjoyed the end result of this recipe, but unlinke many previous posters I also made a few changes to the recipe. I left out the cheese, carrots, and pickles (warm pickles, just no.) I replaced them with some diced onion and red bell pepper. I also added about a tsp of dijon mustard. I left this in the fridge for about 2 hours before attempting to cook them as described in the recipe, and ended up just browning them a bit in the pan and then transferring them to a 350 degree oven. They were hard to control in the pan so the oven definitely worked better. In the end, I was pleased they turned out appropriately browned and crisp. In the future I will probably just go straight to the oven with them. Overall, I was happy with this recipe though. It was popular in my house and will probably get added to our dinner rotation.
posted:
9/12/2011
I love this recipe because it's a simple go-to that doesn't require a lot of ingredients, and most of them I already have. I topped mine off with hollaindaise sauce!
posted:
9/11/2011
its really good,it beats making tuna cassorle.haveing the same old same old.
posted:
9/8/2011
USE CANNED WHITE CHICKEN BREAST INSTEAD OF TUNA. TASTED GREAT.
posted:
9/7/2011
This is simple and fast to make. It taste very good.
posted:
9/7/2011
I thought it was ok but I'm not a big fan of warm tuna, but the family seemed to like it or thought it was ok. I followed the recipe exact and found it quite difficult flipping the cakes over without making a big mess in the frying pan. Did anyone else have this problem? I would like the try these again....maybe refridgerate the mixture longer and maybe baking them instead.
posted:
9/7/2011
These are so good and incredibly easy to make!! My husband asks for them all them time!
posted:
8/8/2011
This was very good.. couple of changes.. Instead of using water I used the tuna juice.. omitted carrot and added green onion. Also did not add pickle relish because I did not have any. I added some old bay seasoning, dill and a beaten egg. I baked these in the oven at 350 for about 10 minutes on each side. Came out crispy and yummy!
posted:
8/4/2011
I was unsure as to how this was going to taste but I was plesantly surprised. Even my daughter who is a pickey eater loved it and had the leftovers for dinner today. I will deffently make this again.
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