By Sarah_Jayne on May 12, 2008
Photo by Sarah_Jayne
Photo by Sarah_Jayne
"These tuna burgers are a great way to get people that don't think they like fish to eat and enjoy it. These burgers are very low fat, particularly for a burger, easy to make and taste really good. The wasabi paste I used didn't overpower the other flavors but added a nice background taste but if you wanted a stronger strength you could certainly use more of the paste. The cooking time includes the 30 minute chilling time."
Serving Size: 1 (156 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"This was good. I liked the wasabi and the soy sauce. I added an additional 1/2 tsp. wasabi to some low fat yogart dressing and drizzled it on top. Made for the Went to the Market Tag Game."
"I followed the recipe exactly, but did the patties on a grill pan. This screams for a condiment (maybe a spicy guacamole - that's my plan for the last 2 patties I have..). I had it with A1 original steak sauce. It definitely does not taste like fish and is tasty, but I felt my patties were a bit bland. I'm thinking a bit more cilantro and onion.. Maybe the guacamole will add a nice zing to it."
"Sarah_Jayne, this is a great recipe! I made it this morning so it actually was in the fridge for about 8 hours. I was concerned about the amount of the wasabi paste but it was perfect. I served this with lettuce and tomato, still thinking of a condiment. My son (15) had 2 of these on rolls with ketchup and american cheese and loved it! So how can you argue with that. Everyone enjoyed!!"
"I made these burgers for dinner last night. They were fabulous! The wasabi paste was a great touch. It added a little "kick" as did the cilantro. My partner who I didn't think would be too crazy about them said he rated the meal an A+ so I had to give you a five star for this recipe. The only change I made was to use canned tuna which might have been the reason that they were so hard to form into patties but I just added about five stone wheat thin crackers crumbled and then they were fine. Liked the fact that they were healthy too! Thanks for posting."