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Tuna Patties Burgers Cakes.....something like that

Tuna Patties Burgers Cakes.....something like that created by Kelley52

kinda like crab cakes. quick and easy

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10mins
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ingredients

  • 2 (6 ounce) cans tuna (drained, but not squeezed dry)
  • 1 package seasoned stuffing mix
  • 2 eggs
  • 13 cup mayonnaise
  • 12 teaspoon dill weed (optional)
  • oil, to fry in

directions

  • combine stuffing and seasoning packs (if separate) in a large bowl.
  • using a fork, thoroughly mix/mash together all ingredients (except oil).
  • shape into patties (I use my ice cream scoop and flatten the scoops into patties) fry in a pan of hot oil until golden on each side (about 5 minutes).
  • serve with cocktail, tarter, or dill sauce.
  • or put on a bun and have it your way!
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  1. Kelley52
    Tuna Patties Burgers Cakes.....something like that Created by Kelley52
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  2. Kelley52
    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!
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  3. mbekkum
    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.
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  4. Hookapotomus
    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!
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  5. Lucky in Bayview
    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!
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