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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:
6/18/2010
This is delicious. I cannot believe the flavorful taste. The first time I made this recipe I did it exactly like it said the recipe. The second time I added corn in the mix and used a cranberry stuffing. It’s amazing that you cannot taste the fish. I was having trouble with the patties not sticking together so I used a measuring cup and made it in a ball squished it together and flatten it a little then placed it in the frying pan with margarine and it didn’t crumbled.
posted:
6/16/2010
After the first frying pan full, I decided to go easy and shaped the patties, placed them in a baking dish I had sprayed with nonstick spray and baked them at 450 degrees until brown. From now on, I will do them in the oven. Very tasty.
posted:
6/9/2010
Delicious! I just made these and ate one from the first batch while I was cooking the rest. I used a 1/4 cup measuring cup instead of an ice cream scoop and it made 12 cakes about 2" in diameter. I used an egg (based on the advice from other reviews), reduced fat cheese and no relish. This recipe was very easy to make, start to finish.
posted:
6/9/2010
This is my "go to" recipe when I want to make something light yet filling. Most of the time I toast some sandwich buns and eat them as sandwiches.
posted:
6/5/2010
I made this for dinner tonight...it was fantastic!!! I did add some garlic powder and cajun seasoning as well as an egg to bind it all together better! I used a half cup measuring cup and packed the mixture into that and then put it into the pan and cooked them slowly!!! It was soooo good and I will definitely make them again!
posted:
6/3/2010
I added minced garlic and onions, mrs.dash table blend and pepper to this recipe and my hubby and I loved it. I made steamed broccoli for the veggie and this turned out to be a delightful light meal! SN:I also added 2 raw eggs to keep it all together.
posted:
6/2/2010
Great recipe and easy to make. My kids don't usually like tuna and they ate these up..I added some old bay and garlic. The 2nd time I added canned shrimp. it was even better. oh,adding an egg helps keep it together.
posted:
5/31/2010
Simply great! Loved everything about it.
posted:
5/29/2010
I used crab meat and dill relish. I cooked some in the pan with a cooking spray and they just wanted to fall apart even though i used two eggs. I fried the rest in about a half inch of oil. The dill really gave it a little something. We loved them. Might try oven next time.
posted:
5/28/2010
This was poor at best. I like tuna and so does my S.O. but we did not like these at all. Boring, bland and tasteless.
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