Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Tempting Tuna.

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 egg
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.

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  1. This sounds SO good!! Will have to attempt it one day soon!!

  2. Me too!!! Anything that can be formed into a burger is first class! :)

  3. I would love if anyone who does try and make this put up their results and what they did to make it their own. Just a suggestion, and heck if no one else does maybe I will hahaa ;)

  4. This looks super yumm, minus the pickles! :). Anything with tuna will make me happy.