Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins
This recipe is easy and simple. I often add shredded cheddar and green onions to spice it up. You can switch out canned salmon for the tuna.
- Combine all ingredients.
- Form patties.
- Panfry in butter on medium heat.
Yes, very simple and easy to put together. It seemed like it would be way too much bread at first, but it wasn't I did throw the torn bread into the food processor to break it up more, just a prefrence. I used tuna and added salt, pepper, dill and some honey mustard. They held up better than any fishcake/tuna burger recipe I've used before. It was easy to form the patties and I could flip them without having them fall apart, which is what usually happens. Yummy too. Even the one year old liked it. I liked that they don't have a huge "fishy" taste.We ate ours as is, because I didn't want to make sandwiches as there was already so much bread, but I think they would definately work well on a sandwich with cheese and other toppings.
What an easy, quick and TASTY supper! I made the salmon version. I served with some rice and steamed broccoli. Pretty simple for after a hard day at work. Reminded me of my mom's salmon loaf without all the mixing and baking time! Made for My-3-Chef's 2008.
I used the garlic oil tuna that we buy from super walmart at home. I added a little mustard for it to stick better. I used canola oil instead of butter to fry these. I have to say, these were very tasty!