5 Reviews

What a wonderful thing to do to tuna! I left out the jalapenos and walnuts (didn't have any) and was low on cilantro so used half fresh half dried. Here in Malta, the sauce ingredients aren't really available, so I improvised with some mayo mixed with Mexican Seasoning (from the States) and it worked nicely. Even just plain tartar sauce would be fine, since the cakes have so much flavor! Served with sweet potato fries and mixed veg. for an easy dinner. Thanks so much!

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LousyChef April 17, 2015

We loved these tuna cakes. Great flavor and easy to do. I used fresh chives but otherwise followed the recipe. I may cut the sauce in half as we had lots left. I served with coleslaw and was a great meal. We will definitely have this many times in the future.

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adopt a greyhound November 21, 2009

yummmy!! I made these tonight and DH and I loved them! I left out the jalapeno peppers and walnuts because I didn't have any, and had to sub regular onions for the green onions and chives. Also, I baked in the oven instead of frying in butter. Used a peach salsa in the sauce and the flavor was great with the tuna cake. thanks!

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Sayster July 15, 2007

Great recipe for the humble tuna. Loved the combo of flavors. Will make this again for sure. I did make a few changes....I used cracker meal instead of the bread. Came out great! Thanks!!!

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Dreadnoxx June 15, 2007

This is one of the best recipes I've found on this site. What a delicious way to use tuna! I'm definitely putting this in the regular meal rotation.

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Cluich April 20, 2007
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