Cooking for one, two or more doesn’t mean the food has to be boring. It also doesn’t mean you have to be eating leftovers for the next week. I am going to post how I made it, and then make a few suggestions for alternative.
1 pinch of pepper
1 pinch cayenne pepper
2 pinches of garlic powder
1 teaspoon of prepared horseradish
½ teaspoon of lemon juice
¼ of a chopped onion (or less)
1 can of solid white tuna, drained.
2 teaspoons olive oil.
1 teaspoon of mayo /mustard
½ pickle sliced
2 pieces of toast.
In a bowl combine tuna and egg lightly, then add everything else.
Toast your bread.
Heat the oil in a pan, and them forming two patties cook them until golden brown, about 5 mins preside. Or until tuna is cooked through.
Dr. up your toast and put the tuna burger on it and eat with a knife and fork.
If you want to turn them into sliders I would say double the recipe and get mini hamburger buns, toast them. You can add celery, minced garlic, or anything else one night add to a tuna fish sandwich. You might even add pimento. I would play with the mustards to give it an original taste.
When I made this for a friend they found it “flavorful”, “moist & crunchy”, and “has a little kick”. Out of ten stars for an easy make they gave it 9/10. I served it with grapes and a salad. And to drink an ice tea.