Tuna and Corn Patties

Are you struggling to get fish into your diet? Do you like to make so much mash potato that you always have leftovers? Are you looking for a quick, cheap and versatile week night meal? 
If this sounds like you, then you need to make these Tuna & Corn Patties.
They are so easy to put together and are perfect for lunch the next day.
Enjoy them with a salad, as a burger or in a wrap they are really that versatile.
These are perfect for the whole family including the littlies that are just starting to eat solids as the consistency is soft on the inside.

INGREDIENTS

425gm Can Tuna Chunks in Springwater, drained
200gm Corn Kernels, canned, drained
4 Cups Mashed potato ( I had a half and half of potato an sweet potato
2 Eggs
1-11/2 Cups Garlic Breadcrumbs
Salt an Pepper to taste
LET’S PUT IT ALTOGETHER 
1. Place all ingredients into a large bowl and combine well with your hands.

2. Form patties that are approx 2cm high, making a nice compact shape with your hands.

3. Place in a hot frypan with a little olive oil and cook for approx 5 minutes turning half way. They should be golden brown on both sides.

Makes: 10-12 large patties
Great for Leftovers: simply reheat in the microwave and enjoy.
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5 Responses to Tuna and Corn Patties

  1. Shannon Ferguson December 19, 2013 at 6:38 pm #

    I make these minus the corn and I also freeze them. Great to grab in a hurry. Reheat by placing on a sandwich press.

  2. Anonymous January 8, 2014 at 7:57 pm #

    We also swap the tuna with salmon and they are just as yummy.

  3. Lisa September 22, 2014 at 7:58 am #

    Are the eggs required? My son is allergic to eggs so am always on the hunt for egg free recipes. What about using creamed corn to help bind – would that work?

    • Amanda September 26, 2014 at 12:04 pm #

      They do help to bind it. You can try adding swelled chia seeds or an egg replacement.

  4. Lesley Hazell April 10, 2017 at 7:19 pm #

    I sometimes add a bit of mayo to bind instead of eggs, maybe an egg free one. Also add flavour

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