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Old Mon, Jan-31-11, 13:05
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I have been making these fried tuna patties for years. Each time I make them I always change up the ingredients for a different twist and to keep it new and appetizing.Try it with any number of different herbs and seasonings. Add a slice of cheese after flipping once and both sides are brown about a minute more and presto it is almost like a grilled cheese sandwich, steaming hot...its the best.
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Old Sat, Feb-12-11, 11:45
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Tried it with celery seed and worcestershire sauce...yup. Really good.
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Old Fri, Jul-29-11, 19:56
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i'm craving tuna today. think i will give these a try using the basic recipe with the trinity & some old bay seasoning in the mix. ooh...and maybe with some lc onion rings as a side. sounds like a good friday dish to me.
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Old Tue, Nov-01-11, 18:06
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Tried these tonight, but used one egg and about 1/4 cup of parmasan cheese. MMMMM....yummy and so quick!
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Old Thu, Jan-19-12, 15:55
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Old post but I'm going to try these now. Sounds good!
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Old Mon, Jan-23-12, 14:14
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I made these today. I messed up by adding the mayonnaise to the mixture, but they still tasted really good. I cut them out in a little circles using the top of a small glass. I plan on adding a little cheese to resemble somewhat like a sandwich.
I also added some chopped up celery to the mix to give it some crunch.

I think I'll be freezing some of these, since I finally put to use my 16 oz. can of tuna and ended up doubling the recipe.

This was a very good recipe! Thanks for sharing.
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Old Wed, Jan-25-12, 15:20
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I'm making these again tonight. They were so good even when I messed up the recipe. I think I'll keep the recipe messed up.
I'm thinking about adding some grilled onions and/or some chopped bacon pieces, too.
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Old Wed, Jan-25-12, 15:40
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OMG!!!!! this is the first time I have had tuna heated through since I was a kid...i used to hate it it is soooooooo good! NOM
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Old Wed, Jan-25-12, 20:13
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ha...my mom used to make us tuna melts as kids. But I liked them, then as well as now. I miss tuna cassarole. My husband can't stand it so we never have it. One day I'm goign to splurge and make one...yes, with potatoe chips on top.
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Old Thu, Aug-30-12, 23:48
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had them for breakfast. awesome!
made 2 XXL cakes, but they actually DID hold together and I had no mess.
I only had tuna in oil left, so it was a little oily for me, so next time I guess I'll use the water-packed one. Anyway, a thousand thanks for the recipe.
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Old Mon, Jan-14-13, 08:59
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Originally Posted by mikeł
Tuna Patties
Carbs - 1.5/2

I got tired pretty quickly of Tuna Salad. So I decided to mix a few 'legal' Atkins Induction ingredients together. Before you say yuck try it, not fishy at all and delicious. I was really unsure until I tasted it, really tasty and filling.

They can be spiced to taste with whatever seasoning you like the is Induction Legal.

INGREDIENTS
Egg, Raw - 1 (1 Carb?)
Tuna - 6oz can (Drain the Tuna as best you can)
Cream Cheese - 1oz (1 Carb)

INSTRUCTIONS
Get a pan with a lump of butter heated (Medium-ish Heat). In a bowl mix all three ingredients thoroughly. Make 3 equally sized patties in the pan. Fry each side until lightly brown/cooked. If they look a little mushy in the middle just lightly press down with a Pancake Flipper, turn down the heat and let them cook just a little longer.

Additional Options
Mayonnaise - 1oz (Hellmans is about 0.5g Carb, don't be fooled by the nutrition information saying 0, there is sugar in the ingredients. Quoted from Canadian Hellmans Label)

The Mayonnaise is used as a topping after they are cooked and on your plate.



This is really a really creative idea! i guess we all get bored huh? I remember my grandma use to make "salmon patties" that these remind me of, i think i'ma tweek the recipe to include just a few crushed up pork rinds and switch it from tuna to canned salmon, getting something crispy sounds nice, in addition i think the pork rinds will give it that extra "crabcake" type consistancy. Thanks!
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Old Tue, Jan-15-13, 12:30
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Thanks For bumping this one back up. Was just on here trying to figure out what I could make for lunch with what is in the house, and this sounds like a win
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Old Fri, Jul-05-13, 23:48
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another one that I've got to try love all the ideas on here
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Old Sat, Jul-06-13, 11:15
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Thank you for posting this! I make tuna cakes fairly often, but I use egg and coconut or almond flour instead of cream cheese since I'm Paleo-ish. I made some this morning and an onion-lemon aioli for on top. YUM!
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Old Tue, Jul-09-13, 13:29
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sounds really good. sue
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