- 1 cup Italian seasoned breadcrumbs (divided)
- canola oil
- 10 ounces albacore tuna (solid white, drained)
- 2 large eggs
|Calories90Calories from Fat25|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Earle 17 Dec 2018
next time use dill as well
Lester F. 4 Dec 2018
A mi esposa y a mi nos encantó estas frituras de atún, de mi parte le agregué sal ,pimienta y un poquito de ajo.
Courtney 30 Oct 2018
I added salt, pepper, and dill
Anna Jackson 16 Sep 2018
Very delicious!!! But 1/2 cup of the breadcrumbs to coat the patties in was too much! Only needed about 1/4 cups!
Linda Hughes 14 Dec 2017
Dry and too much bread crumbs
Christie 13 Dec 2017
Easy and yummy! I added some seasoning and the whole family loves them!
Adrienne 8 Aug 2017
Bland and dry when prepared per the recipe and directions.
Gillian J. 6 Jun 2017
Easy to make. Good to eat.
Nimiko Miller 5 Feb 2017
It tasted wonderful! My family loved it. I loved it because of how much healthier it is compared to other meals. I made a salad to eat with these as a side dish. Instead of using Italian style breadcrumbs, I used gluten free traditional style breadcrumbs. It cut down on the sodium just a tiny bit, and it still tasted great
Vada E. 1 May 2016
I added some finely chopped onion into the tuna mixture along with some minced up celery. You can even add a dash or two of hot sauce. This isn't as strong or fishy tasting as salmon cakes. Love it!