These were really good. I did make a few minor adjustements by adding 2 tsp lemon juice and 3 cloves minced, sauteed garlic. I also put the tuna, olives and parsley in the food processor and pulsed until mixed well prior to adding to the onion mix. I replaced smart balance for the butter and fried in olive oil to make them healthier. I think these would be awesome with Kalamata olives and some goat cheese as well.
We thought these were just fabulous! I always have these ingredients in the pantry and they are very easy to make I made them up ahead of time. Thanks!
So easy to do. I chopped the olives. Didn't use capers. Delicious. Will do that again for sure :) Made for ZWT 3
Made these for dinner tonight and they were really great. Very flavorful and a cinch to throw together. I'll definitely be making them again, thanks! Made these for ZWT3.
We really liked these. They had a nice, crispy coating, and the filling was very flavorful. They were a bit of a hassle to make (the mixture was pretty sticky/gummy before cooking), but the results were worth it. I didn't use the optional capers, but I think I will next time -- sounds good. Thanks for posting!
These are very tasty indeed.... I made them exactly as directed and they turned out perfectly... to serve them I placed them on a bed of pasta and topped them with a simple tomato pasta sauce... it definately added a different dimension to my families usual Tuna Spaghetti... will be making again for sure... thanks fluffernutter
I made the mistake of not reading the whole recipe before starting... Was ready for lunch when I saw I should have refrigerated the mixture before frying... Nonetheless, it turned out real tasty and didn't fall apart!! :) I did add a bit of breadcrumbs in the mix to make sure it would stick together!! Also, I sliced the stuffed olives and I didn't coat with flour before dipping in the egg. This makes a great lunch and both my dbf and I loved this! Thanks fluffernutter! Made for PAC 2007.