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08-28-2005, 04:19 PM #1
I just made the "Flying Fish" recipe from Mega Cooking.
It was really quick and simple to put together. It is just a recipe for tuna puffs- eggs, bread crumbs, tuna, milk, and some seasonings. As soon as I pulled them out of the oven, DD wanted one. When Iput one on a plate, she wasn't so sure she wanted it, but then I ecouraged her to smell it. She decided it smelled good and ate the whole thing! She asked for another one, which she ate part of. Not bad for a 2 year old- they are the size of regular muffins.
I took a couple bites and decided it was good, but needed the "Holidays" sauce (mock hollandaise sauce that can be frozen.) That was also easy to make. It was pretty good, and now I have to wait for DH to get home so we can have a proper (if late) lunch.
We don't eat a lot of tuna because of mercury, but this recipe is a keeper.
08-29-2005, 03:16 PM #2
I don't know what the rules are, but can you post the recipe, if you give proper credit? I'd love that recipe
08-29-2005, 03:28 PM #3
Who or what is Mega Cooking?
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08-30-2005, 12:22 PM #4
Last question first: Mega Cooking is a book and method devised by Jill Bond. It is similar to OAMC, but the book is better than any other I have read on the subject- the whole first alf is info, and the second half is recipes. I got it from the library and within a week bought it on eBay because I think it will be a good resource to have around.
Next question- in general, the only part of recipes that is copyrighted is the "instructions." The formula itself cannot be copyrighted, so I can certainly share as long as I write up the directions myself. No problem, so here you go:
Baked Tuna Puffs Servings: 6 standard muffin cups
1 c milk
1/2 c soft breadcrumbs
1 T prepared mustard
1 T chopped onion
1/2 t salt
1/2 c (1 "regular" can) tuna, drained
2 eggs, beaten
Preheat pven to 350 degrees F.
On stove, heat milk, breadcrumbs, mustard, onion and salt over medium heat 5 minutes.
Remove from heat and stir in tuna and beaten eggs until well blended.
Ladle into greased standard size muffin cups (should fill 6.) Bake at 350 degrees F for 45 minutes.
Serve with hollandaise sauce if desired.
08-30-2005, 01:04 PM #5
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Thank you; I'm printing it off.
08-30-2005, 03:29 PM #7
Thanks so much for the recipe...I'll be making it soon, as it sounds yummy. Do you also have the mock hollandaise sauce?? I'd really like to make some of these for the freezer. I wonder how a cream sauce with a few peas would taste. I remember tuna loaf with creamed peas a long time ago in my childhood. lol
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