Quick and easy to make. They were delicious, and my hubby went for thirds.
These turned out pretty good. Super fast to put together. They didn't seem to want to firm up, so I put the lid on the pan and tuned the heat down and they firmed up fine. We trying to eat more tuna so I think we'll use this as a base recipe for tuna burgers. Thanks for posing the recipe.
This recipe is great! We're having a heat wave here in the Pacific Northwest and I was looking for something easy and quick to make for dinner. This did the trick. I made it as written other than using Lite Miracle Whip instead of Mayo (hubby's preference) and added just a touch of olive oil to the butter in the pan while frying. Served it was a cold green salad dressed with olive oil and balsalmic vinegar. May add a dash of hot sauce next time, and there will be a next time. I'm planning on serving this next week when out of town company is here. Thanks for sharing!
I never made tuna cakes before so this was new to me. I needed something quick and easy for dinner since I was really running behind and needed to get dinner on the table quickly. This did the trick. Not only was this quick to throw together it was delicious as well. We really enjoyed these. I followed the recipe as stated and they came out perfect. I will make these again. Thank you for sharing!!
Made these with salmon and they were GREAT!!! Also I used olive oil instead of the butter and they turned out fantastic!!!
Easy and great! We served with cocktail sauce and broccoli. We left out the red pepper since we were out. We also substituted red wine vinegar for lemon juice and hot sauce for cayenne pepper. This gave us a nice meal without running to the store. We will be making these again soon.