My husband just named this the best tuna casserole he's ever had, so I'm recording it on Zaar for safe keeping. The base of this recipe is from the Fanny Farmer cookbook, but I changed nearly all of it. Cooking/prep times do not include time to cook noodles.
An easy to make Kraft tuna cake recipe. We served these tasty patties on toasted kaiser rolls with sliced tomatoes and lettuce. As suggested by reviewer, chill in refrigerator before frying (optional). You could also dip the patties in breadcrumbs just before frying too. Also good with a side of creamed corn or creamed peas and french fries. You can make these fish cakes with red sockeye salmon too.
Easy to make recipe using vine-ripened tomatoes fresh from your garden, or purchased in the grocery store. I wanted to use the rosemary I am growing in my garden this year and found this recipe at the Crisco website. Kosher salt is good instead of table salt, and freshly ground pepper. A serrated grapefruit spoon is a handy tool to seed the tomatoes.
It's barbecue time but you can bake this dish in the oven too. Easy to put together and easy clean up too. Adjust the seasonings to taste. Double or triple the recipe for more servings. It's a great recipe to use up leftover cooked veggies too. Add thickly sliced cooked potatoes (or drained canned potatoes), and leftover cooked veggies such as green beans, peas, carrots, cauliflower and broccoli for a meal-in-one. Add one ice cube to each packet if using leftover vegetables to prevent drying. Add more green onion or use sweet onion if you like. Also good with side dishes of oven roasted potatoes and cole slaw. I usually serve the dish with wedges of lemon for those who really like the extra lemon taste. Haddock is my favorite fish to use in this recipe. The original recipe is from a Reynold's Heavy Duty Wrap recipe card.
I scanned through the existing Salmon Pate's on zaar and did not see anything like this one I was given years and years ago. It's a wonderful party dish and is simple to make. You *could* add a touch of liquid smoke but with the flavors in this I have never found it necessary.
Puffy, delicate, yet crispy, coating for the best onion rings you will ever taste! I use this for zucchini spears, banana peppers, green pepper slices, along with shrimp and fish. You can double this recipe if you have more than four people eating. I keep this in a plastic container in the freezer; adding the egg and beer at the moment of mixing. This will make you the hit of the party!
This is a recipe I developed years ago; it also works well using cooked chicken or turkey. Prep time includes boiling the spaghetti, adjust all ingredient amounts to taste, the cayenne may be omitted if desired and two cans of sliced drained mushrooms may be substituted for fresh :)