Healthy Delicious Best Ever Tuna Burgers, these are so good and full of flavour you won’t even miss the meat. Tuna Burgers a new healthy Meal your whole family will love.
Tuna Burgers I make these at least once a week, a big favourite in our house. A quick and easy lunch or even dinner idea.
Now that the warmer weather is finally heading our way, I hope for most of you also, I have noticed that a few things have gotten a little tighter, pants tops whatever!
I have decided that I will stick to healthy or healthier choices for a while. At least until Easter when I get my hands on my favourite chocolate egg.
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It is so much easier I find to eat healthier when our healthier choices taste amazing like this Borlotti Bean Salad. It has been a while since I made this Tuna Burger.
But since the return of my eldest daughter, the Journalist, who by the way is probably one of the healthiest eaters I know, I decided to lighten this Tuna Burger up a bit.
I added crushed cracker crumbs and light mayonnaise and of course Tuna packed in water. I added an egg, some chopped fresh parsley and of course chopped celery.
I added crushed cracker crumbs and light mayonaise and of course Tuna packed in water. I added an egg, some chopped fresh parsley and of course chopped celery.
I think it would be really yummy if you also added some chopped onion, but unfortunately onions are not one of my daughters foods of choice.
Healthy Delicious Best Ever Tuna Burgers
These Tuna Burgers make up so quick and cook even faster. They are absolutely delicious between two slices of pumpernickel bread or any bread of choice. Or if you decide to go really light, a tossed salad on the side would be the perfect combination.
If you are looking for another healthy fish dish grilled Salmon is another good choice. My daughter absolutely loved these Tuna Burgers and even asked when I was going to make them again!
I decided to share this amazing tuna burger recipe after I was told about the collaboration between famous vegan chef Tal Ronnen and the Wynn Resort in Las Vegas to create delicious vegetarian and vegan recipes for all the Wynn restaurants.
And since not all of us can go to Sin City and taste those dishes, after taking a look at the options Chef Ronnen’s menu offers, I chose to give his crab cake my own, personal touch. And voilà, this is how the tuna burger found its place on the blog.
- 2 cans tuna (250 grams) in water and drained well
- 1 1/2 cups cracker crumbs (I use saltine crackers using a blender to mash them) 125 grams
- 1 egg slightly beaten
- 1-2 stalks celery finely chopped
- 1/2 cup light mayonnaise (more if desired) 125ml
- In a medium bowl add tuna and flake well with a fork, add cracker crumbs, egg, celery and mayonnaise.
- Form into patties (I made 5 patties), place in a lightly greased frying pan and cook on low-medium, approximately 4 minutes on each side until browned. Serve immediately. Enjoy!