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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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This is a great recipe especially when trying to clean out the last of the groceries! I did it with all ingredients. I did not one time have stuffing or relish, so I replace with italian bread crumbs and one egg (so it can stick together)It was still good!
Good recipe that actually made 10 cakes using a 1/3c measuring cup. I did add some pepper. Hubby and 2 kids didn't like them at all. They all said there was too much relish. I disagreed but will not make again since they were only a hit for 3 of us. I served them with steamed veggies and baked potatoes (all we had on hand).
This was so good! I left the mixture in the fridge for about 20 minutes and then scooped it out and flattened on a foil lined baking sheet. I put them back in the fridge for about 15 minutes and then opted to broil in the oven for a couple minutes on each side until they were golden brown. YUMMY!!
LOVED this. I followed the recipe with some substitutions. I used my panini grill to make the cakes. I cooked them over medium and cookied them for prob like 10 minutes. I dont even like relish, but in the recipe it was good. I also used Habenero cheese instead which gave it a little kick. I ground up the carrot in my processor, instead of shredding. Oh, I also used albacore tuna instead of light, and miracle whip instead of mayo. My husband and I both loved this. Made it with Zatarain's Jambalaya Rice. I plan on making this quite often, and may add japapeno next time. Highly recommend.
So easy everyone loved them I substituted relish with chopped scallions
This was great! My husband couldn't get enough of these, and I can hear my 3 year old smacking her lips right now!
These were very yummy!! I cook for my family of 6 and not one person complained. Even the 5yr old loved it!
These are SOOOO good. I used a big can of tuna instead of 2 small ones. I also served the cakes on whole grain rolls with a spread of mayo, brown mustard and horseraddish. They were even better warmed up the next day!
These tuna cakes were delicious!! Instead of the sweet pickle relish, I added 1 shredded zucchini and 3 green time I will add another zucchini and try these with diced red onions. I also served this with Tartar sauce and it was sooo yummy!
This was so easy to make! I made extra so we could eat them the next day. The tuna cakes are also good cold. My husband-who doesn't like carrots-even raved about this recipe.
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