This recipe was a good start but I had to add mayo in order to acheive a moist muffin. I added 1/4 cup mayo to the mixture and it turned out perfect and creamy.
I used salmon for these and they turned out quite good. I used a lot more cheese. I cooked up quite well and those I served it to liked it as well. Thanks Mercy
These smelled fantastic while cooking but after tasting them I think they need alot more seasoning to keep them interesting. LOVE the idea and will tinkering with seasonings for my own personal taste. It is a great base recipe, I am thinking canned chicken or ham would be great with this recipe as well.
This was very good. I just put it in a pan and I used 6 eggs. My hubby loved it also. Enclosed a photo. Thanks for a wonderful recipe. Chef #220151
My family really liked these. Next time I'll have to double the batch. I'm also going to try salmon next time. Thanks for this recipe. It's different, very good & very easy.
I turned this into a microwave recipe which worked quite well. My microwave cooks fast so I used level 6 and cooked it for 5 minutes, then did smaller intervals of 60 seconds on level 5 until the center set. It tasted pretty good although the tuna I used had a really strong taste. I think I will try a different brand or a light tuna the next time I make it. Thanks for the recipe.
Love it Mercy! I made it twice already. (And this seems to be very popular with men.) Used 3 eggs--beat whites stiff and added yolks. I used several sliced jalapenos (no seeds) and added a small can of sliced mushrooms and some cooked peas I had leftover. Delicious. I think this recipe could be excellent with ham or ground pork. (Oh, and I got 12 muffins, by the way.) Thanks for sharing.
These were a good idea for a snack but for us were relatively dry. The tuna to egg ratio is probably what did it. I'm not sure what this needed but it also needed a little more spice. Thanks for posting.