These were so delicious. The flavor of the stuffing mix really makes them special. They fried to a deliciate crisp. My husband put his on toasted buns with mayo. The kids and I dipped ours in honey-mustard sauce and chili sauce. Vewy, vewy good. Thanks pb.
These were delicious! I halved the recipe and added onion powder, black pepper, and a dash of sweet chili sauce. I ate the patties in a pita pocket along with more sweet chili sauce!
Quick and easy!!! I made mine on the Foreman Grill and they turned out great. Thanks for posting!
This is very tasty & satisfying! I went the extra step & did a panko breading on them to make them extra crispy. The stuffing mix added the perfect amount of seasoning, and we loved the flavor the dill added!
EASY.FAST.TASTY! Made per the recipe, made a little in advance so not too crunchy, served with Ranch dressing, pasta and a vegetable. They are gone. Not too salty, I was worried. Happy family, happy mom.
Delicious! I'd never made these before, but my congregation volunteers at a homeless shelter one Saturday a month and my committee decided on tuna patties as the entree/protein. We scaled the recipe up to feed 150 (that's 17 lbs of tuna, 20 boxes of stuffing mix, 1.5 quarts of mayo, and 40 eggs) and we baked them at 350 for 20 minutes each side.<br/>I just got the first batch out of the oven and sampled one--quality control is important, y'all--and they are terrific. I will making these (way, way fewer of these) for my family. Thanks, Princess Buttercup!
I really liked these! They held their shape perfectly. I added some minced fresh onion and used a little over half a bag of a small bag Stovetop. I might try using less next time or else I make my own stuffing mix only because I found it a bit salty. Other than that these really were perfect. I'm looking forward to grilling them on the bbq. I bet they would hold up. I ate these plain without a bun, but I have leftovers and can't wait to try them as a sandwich. Thanks for sharing this keeper recipe!
Wow, these are so good. I wasn't sure if I'd like them with canned tuna but they are so good. The stuffing mix add so much flavor. Thank you for sharing with us.
Whoops! I added a 14 ounce bag of cornbread stuffing, and ended up needing 5 eggs total, along with adding an extra big spoonful or so of extra mayo to help take up all the dryness from the overuse of bread crumbs. I also caramelized some chopped onion and added this to the mix, along with some fresh chopped, cooked garlic, and a few dashes of chili powder. I made a simple tangy and creamy sauce by mixing mayo (few big spoonfuls), mustard (few small teaspoons), and apple cider vinegar (to taste) with dashes of dried dill. Due to the big bag of stuffing I used the patties were mildly fishy, without being overpowering. The seasoned cornbread stuffing added a smooth taste. The patties were moist. My roomie and I each had seconds and look forward to leftovers!
These were yummy. Easy, too!
I happened to have a box of cornbread stuffing mix from last year... so I used that. They were exceptional. I loved the texture.
I also added 1 tablespoon of yellow mustard to help hide the "tuna" taste. you can use a lot of flavor options here.
Thanks for this! I'm feeding my family tuna cakes right now. Even our "I don't like fish..." person likes these. Keeper.