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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.
30 min
30 min
6 servings
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I thought this was good and it was easy to make. It met with a mixed review at the table though. Some loved it and some said it was just okay.
I have made these many times over the past couple years and everyone in my family loves them. I always use 3 5oz cans of tuna because with 2 cans it just seems to be too much stuffing and not enough tuna. I have make them without carrots and without cheese and they are still just as yummy. Yes you have to let them firm up in the fridge or in a pinch the freezer else they fall apart.
They tasted good but for some reason kept sticking to my pan and were very hard to turn. Not sure why. I might make this again.
These were sooo easy to make and everyone loved them. I plan on making these more often. They were the perfect consistancy.
Fantastically easy - I didn't have sweet relish, but used dill relish instead. Had a great flavor. Mine were a bit too wet, might try cutting back on the water or mayo, or try baking them next time.
My family loves these! I put the stuffing in my food processor to give it a bread crumb texture. I also use Sharp cheddar cheese and omit the carrots, but this is a delicious recipe
I was a little unsure of this recipe before I made it, but I quickly discovered that the flavor combination is delicious! My husband and I love it, and I make it several times a month.
I'm not a big fan of tuna or any kind of sea food. so I added a bit more cheese and I loved it!
One of the things I loved about these was that they didn't shrink. If anything they plumped! They made enough to feed an army (or my husband!) and they tasted fantastic! We're adding this to our easy no brain-er dinners :) Love it!
Very good, made just a few changes though. I saute'd some seasoning blend and then mixed everything with 1 egg. Took a couple of others advice, and added mustard and baked for 350, 10 mins on each side. I serve this with a remoulade sauce...fantastic!!
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