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2003/08/05 16:50:29 (permalink)

TUNA BURGERS

TUNA BURGERS

2 tablespoons nonfat mayonnaise
2 tablespoons Dijon mustard mayo blend
1 egg white
2 cans water packed tuna
1/2 cups dry breadcrumbs
1/4 cup green onions finely chopped
vegatable cooking spray
1/4 nonfat mayo
4 whole wheat hamburger buns - split
4 lettuce leaves
4 tomato slices
4 slices sweet onion

Combine first three ingredients in a bowl and mix well. Add next three ingredients and mix. Divide into four patties. Spray vegetable cooking spray onto them, and cook in a pan over medium high heat until golden. Top with mayo, tomato, lettuce, and onion and serve.
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    DerMalePhonkMann
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    RE: TUNA BURGERS 2003/08/06 10:18:05 (permalink)
    I'm gonna give these a go using oats instead of breadcrumbs.
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    RE: TUNA BURGERS 2003/08/06 20:17:49 (permalink)
    looks good mate but for one ingredient !!!! tuna !!! only with coke 4 me !! will pass it onto my mate he lives on tuna
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    DerMalePhonkMann
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    RE: TUNA BURGERS 2003/08/07 15:20:51 (permalink)
    chilli, have you ever had fresh tuna steaks cooked on a BBQ? Man, that's some good stuff...
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    RE: TUNA BURGERS 2003/08/07 16:18:23 (permalink)
    Sounds a bit spesh. I'm definitely going to give this a go.
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    RE: TUNA BURGERS 2003/08/08 10:45:27 (permalink)
    OK, I gave these a try last night and they were really tasty. Trouble is, I couldn't get them to stay together properly, so I kind of ended up with little piles of tuna with a few crispy bits thrown in. any suggestions?
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    RE: TUNA BURGERS 2003/08/08 20:59:06 (permalink)
    Sounds really good! If you have anymore recipes post them or email them to me if you could. That's got to taste good with some wheat bread crumbs. I miss the tons of cheese though :-(

    -Endpoint2rollaz-
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    windows250279
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    RE: TUNA BURGERS 2003/08/19 12:32:30 (permalink)
    this looks suspiciously like the recipy i have put up a few times. Hhhhmmmmm
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    RE: TUNA BURGERS 2003/08/19 14:27:08 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Trippitaka

    OK, I gave these a try last night and they were really tasty. Trouble is, I couldn't get them to stay together properly, so I kind of ended up with little piles of tuna with a few crispy bits thrown in. any suggestions?


    Throw in an egg mate!
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    RE: TUNA BURGERS 2003/08/19 14:52:32 (permalink)
    use a whole egg, and not just whites.
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    RE: TUNA BURGERS 2003/08/19 15:03:17 (permalink)
    Why not? The white should bond it as well.
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    windows250279
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    RE: TUNA BURGERS 2003/08/20 11:03:22 (permalink)
    i know, but a whole egg will make it bind better, thats what i found.
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    RE: TUNA BURGERS 2003/08/21 10:30:12 (permalink)
    windows, i was given this by a freind of mine a while back , i also found an hole egg to be better
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    RE: TUNA BURGERS 2003/08/21 11:37:14 (permalink)
    help, you mean windows? But still a good recipy, hey mate.

    works even better with tinned salmon.
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    RE: TUNA BURGERS 2003/08/21 11:45:40 (permalink)
    sorry mate dont know where i got help from, sounds nice will try that one later and let ya know, my mam works at tesco on the deli counter, get my fish and that dirt cheap, right result
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    RE: TUNA BURGERS 2003/08/21 13:40:41 (permalink)
    Well I have only used egg whites, not yolks, but I can't see how they would make that much difference. For me, it's not like they break a little bit - they'll go down into the pan in one piece, but the minute I try to move one or turn it over it then just becomes a pile of tuna. With the mayo and oil, I don't really fancy introducing more fat to the party either. I'm still thinking there's something fundamental I'm doing wrong, though. Not sure what. Maybe I need more breadcrumbs, (1/2 cup doesn't mean much to me.)
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    RE: TUNA BURGERS 2003/08/21 14:58:10 (permalink)
    trip, then try a whole egg, mine dont break.

    dumb bell, lucky man your mum working there. Cheap fish and meat, complete bonus.
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    RE: TUNA BURGERS 2003/08/22 18:51:54 (permalink)
    a similar recipie was in flex mag a few years ago. Definately whole egg and maybe a bit more breadcrumbs to help it stay together
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    RE: TUNA BURGERS 2003/08/22 23:35:51 (permalink)
    trip i added a bit water and yes a hole egg, fry them for a while before turning
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    RE: TUNA BURGERS 2003/08/25 00:14:18 (permalink)
    so is this WHITE TUNA or LIGHT TUNA that were using?

    the white tuna is textured like cardboard and the light is textured like powdery stringy stuff...
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