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Fri October 15, 2010
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Description: Delicious fried Tuna Patties with a low carb count. It does not taste fishy at all, and has a good crisp on both sides. (Pictures maybe tomorrow when I make it again)


Egg, Raw - 1
Tuna - 6oz can (Drain the Tuna as best you can)
Cream Cheese - 1oz


Get a pan with a lump of butter heated (Medium-ish Heat). In a bowl mix all three ingredients thoroughly. Make 3 equally sized patties in the pan. Fry each side until lightly brown/cooked. If they look a little mushy in the middle just lightly press down with a Pancake Flipper, turn down the heat and let them cook just a little longer.

They can be spiced to taste with whatever seasoning you like the is Induction Legal.

Additional Options
Mayonnaise - 1oz (Hellmans is about 0.5g Carb, don't be fooled by the nutrition information saying 0, there is sugar in the ingredients. Quoted from Canadian Hellmans Label)

The Mayonnaise is used as a topping after they are cooked and on your plate.
Ingredients: Raw Egg, Canned Tuna, Cream-Cheese
How To Prepare: Fried
Number of Servings: 1
Carbs per serving - include all nutritional information if known: 2g (2.5 with Mayo)
Preparation Time: 10 Minutes (Cooked)
Effort (Easy, Average, Difficult): Easy

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