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These are terrific tuna burgers! I used regular breadcrumbs instead of panko, otherwise made as directed. Cooked them undisturbed for about 5 minutes on each side and they got a nice crust on them. I used spinach for the greens on the sandwich. Easy to make and full of flavor - thanks for sharing the recipe!

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loof August 28, 2013

I really wanted to love this.....it sounded intriguing to me. But there was just too much panko as posted. I enjoyed the flavored mayo....and I think if you either increased the amount of tuna and threw in some cilantro or basil or reduced the amount of panko these might just turn out perfectly. Thanks for sharing!

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breezermom June 23, 2013

Good luck in the contest! I cut the recipe in half and served atop a fresh Thai slaw. I did top the burgers with the flavored mayonnaise which DH and I both agreed brought a nice flavor to the tuna. Other than using slaw in place of the bun did not change anything, DH loved as is but I was looking for a bit more punch. Thanks for the post.

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Debbwl June 22, 2013

I made 1/2 the amount. And it made two very large patties/cakes. I found the panko way to much. the sweet chili sauce I tripled in the sauce. Skipped salt because there was already soy. I did add fresh grown basil, mint and lemon verbena. Thai to me always has fresh fragrant herbs. I did serve over fresh picked greens and skipped the bun. I`m glad I did because of all the panko. Keeping it lower in carbs. I really wanted to enjoy this. My sister had to add more sweet chili sauce to hers. Thank you.

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Rita~ June 21, 2013
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