Recipe by Angel Stowe
Simple dinner idea. We serve this with a veggie (usually broccoli or spinach) and either mac & cheese or fried potatoes. You can use cracker crumbs instead of breadcrumbs. It's just to soak up some moisture. The patties can be made earlier and set in the fridge. I've never frozen them, so you'll need to do your own experimentation for that! You can cook these in a George Foreman grill, or in a skillet or frying pan. We like them fried!
Top Review by alinasls
These were delicious and super easy to make. I used lemon pepper seasoning mix instead of salt &pepper, other than that followed the recipe. Served the patties with homemade coleslaw and a mayo+red wine vinegar+lemon pepper seasoning mix as a cold sauce on the side. Definitely a keeper, thank you so much for sharing!
- 2 (283.49-340.19 g) can tuna in water, well drained (NOT oil)
- 1 egg
- 118.29 ml breadcrumbs
- 59.14 ml onion, cut as small as preferred
- salt & pepper
- oil, & butter to cook in (optional)
Directions See How It's Made
- Mix all ingredients.
- Use more or less breadcrumbs, as needed, to soak up the moisture from the tuna and egg until it is the consistency of a "patty" (I'm sorry I can not explain this better!).
- Make into patties 1/2 inch thick.
- Sprinkle both sides of patties with pepper, and pat it inches.
- Warm up oil and butter in a pan over medium heat, enough so it's hot enough to cook but not burn. You know how your own burners work.
- Fry until golden brown, and flip to cook the other side.