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    Default tuna patties

    I made these for lunch and they went over really well.

    Two cans tuna fish
    1 c. bread crumbs
    1 large egg
    Seasoning of choice

    Mix all together and bake (or fry) unitl heated through. Makes 4 good-sized patties.

    I served these with no bun, along with a side of green beans and big glasses of milk.

    tuna was .50 a can, bread crumbs were free from heels of bread loaves, egg were .99 a dozen. Green beans were .35 a can and the milk was $1.99 a gallon. So I think I did pretty well lol!

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    Sounds yummy..... I'll definitely give these a try

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    hm sounds good thanks for sharing, ill going try them this week.

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    I make something like this only I use Salmon (canned), 1/2 c. biscuit mix (store brand) & one egg and fry them. Sometimes I add some chopped onion to the mix. Very popular with my crew.

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    never made these but i do make the salmon patties and serve with fried potato's

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    I love tuna patties on buns w/cheese and tartar sauce!

    yummy

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    I make salmon patties, too. In this case, I was using the stuff I have on hand and was surprised how well they turned out!! Both kids chowed them down and dh was impressed--our usual "tuna" is the typical "mixed w/mayo".

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    It sounds great. My best friend makes the same tuna patties. I use salmon in mine but I keep meaning to try them with the tuna. Thanks for reminding me about them, I need to add them to my menu for next week.

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    I make tuna patties slightly more substantial by mixing the tuna with some cheap dried mashed potato flakes as I always have cans of cheap tuna in the cupboard and also cheap potato flakes. At the moment we seem to be having an egg shortage so I generally omit that too but add some dried chilli flakes or herbs into the mix and then either fry it nice and hot in the pan or put it under a hot grill. With the potato added, they're substantial enough to eat without a bun or anything, just a handful of salad or a few spoons of frozen veggies.



    I think I'm going to have to make these tonight!

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    Thanks for sharing my DD loves Tuna Fish!

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    thanks for sharing this - I think I'll try this tonight & see how it goes over -

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    fidget--I would never in a million years thought of mixing potato flakes in with tuna!! Do they turn into "potatoes" or do they stay the flakes?

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