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Old 08-14-2011, 08:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Tuna Patty recipe?

Does anyone have a tasty (and nutritious) recipe for tuna patties? I've found a few from other websites, but they all seem to be a bit bland!
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Like from a tuna steak or the stuff from a can?
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Tuna patties can be dry. If you find some spice combination you really like (you know how much spice and salt you prefer), try it out with some egg whites (you can buy them in a carton) and some panko (or other bread crumbs). Taste the combination with the tuna. Then put everything in the blender and chop them briefly so they 'ball up' in the blender with the egg white binding the mixture. Spray them with Pam or brush with some olive oil and bake in a really hot oven (or under the broiler) until brown and crusty. Just experiment and you will find something you like!

(Possible additions: grated or shredded vegetables - onions, carrots, zucchini, pepper, even some drained tomato!)
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I add egg whites and a sprinkle of oatmeal to bind them together - then add either Old Bay seasoning, or onions/celery/chilli powder.

Then either bake in the oven or fry in a skillet with spray.
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Here's my recipe for tuna cakes. You will NOT find these bland. The key is the spice mix and the veggies I use in them.

Tuna, Salmon or Crab Croquettes Buttoni's Low Carb Recipes
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Here's my recipe for tuna cakes. You will NOT find these bland. The key is the spice mix and the veggies I use in them.

Tuna, Salmon or Crab Croquettes Buttoni's Low Carb Recipes
those look good.
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