4 Reviews

This was easy and tastey. I didn't have Old Bay so I used cajun sesoning as a previous reviewer suggested. I liked the cracker crumbs on the outside. It added a nice texture to the finished product.

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teachingchef March 12, 2011

These cakes were very good, very simple to make too. I used ritz crackers, chopped up a little fresh green pepper, and dredged them in flour before frying. I will make these again!

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christinemerena August 09, 2009

These are very good. I didn't have any Old Bay, so I just used salt and pepper along with the crushed red pepper flakes. Even with this change, they were very tasty. I also used Ritz crackers, and thoroughly coated the outside. Definitley a keeper!

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the6easts January 10, 2008

These are stellar! They reminded me of crabcakes. I was happy because I could share the recipe with my mother, who is allergic to shellfish. I did make some alterations if anyone is interested. I made these alterations not because I thought the original recipe would be bad but because I wanted to utilize what I had on-hand. I had a 7 ounce 'pouch' of tuna versus a 12 oz. can. Because of this I used one egg and 10 crackers in the mixture. Instead of saltines I used Ritz brand crackers. Instead of Old Bay I used Cajon Seasoning and because of this I left out the crushed red pepper flakes. I found that using more oil in the pan as well as a more thorough coating of crackers made for a better finished product. Everyone has different tastes and likes different textures. Feel free to prepare how you like. I like ALL of the outside of my cakes to be nice and crunchy! :)

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alamahara September 08, 2007
Quick Tuna Cakes