Last week Kate made Tuna Potato Patties - they were simple to make and tasted great. It is easiest to make this dish using leftover mashed potatoes and cooked carrots so plan ahead folks and make extra the night before.
TUNA POTATO PATTIES
- 4 large potatoes, peeled, chopped, and cooked until tender
- margarine (I don't usually measure how much I use in mashed potatoes, but about 3 tablespoons should work)
- milk (again I don't usually measure, but about 1/2 cup of milk to start with and add more as needed to get a nice moist consistency)
- 4 carrots, sliced and cooked until tender
- 1 tin tuna, drained
- 1 egg
- whole wheat flour (about 1/2 a cup)
- salt and pepper
1. Mash the cooked potatoes and carrots with margarine and milk.
2. Add the tuna and egg to the mashed potatoes and carrots.
3. Form the mash into balls about the size of an apple and then flatten.
4. Mix whole wheat flour and salt and pepper together.
5. Dip the flattened patties into the flour mix.
6. Heat oil in a frying pan and cook the patties on medium-low heat for about ten minutes or until they are cooked.
Serve with another vegetable or a salad for a really well-rounded dinner.
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