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Very easy to make and tasty too! I added chopped spinach to these and they came out nice. Only used 1/4 cup of yogurt and they were not dry at all.Read More
Very easy to make and tasty too! I added chopped spinach to these and they came out nice. Only used 1/4 cup of yogurt and they were not dry at all.
Due to what was at hand I had to make a few changes, didn't have dried onion so used spring onion (salad onions) and discovered my yogurt had turned so used single cream instead. Also as I don't like dill so I used parsley. But these were minor changes in this recipe. It was really nice. Made mini size patties (about 18 in total) and was a nice lunch for 4 with a side salad. Even the kids ate them all up.
They were delicious, the only reason I did not give a 5 star was, I found them a bit sweet for my taste. I believe it was the ketchup. Next, time I will leave it out and maybe add some dry mustard. Overall, this was a simple and quick recipe to make. I had most of the ingredients in my pantry!
I added fresh onions and worsteshire instead of ketchup, and minced garlic. Soooooooooooooooooo good.
I made this for lunch using gluten free breadcrumbs and Icelandic yogurt. I used all tuna, no salmon, because my husband hates salmon. I really couldn’t form patties as the mixture was not firm enough, so I just dropped large spoonfuls in the hot pan and patted them down with the back of the spoon. After the first side browned, I turned very carefully with a wide spatula, like turning a pancake. They firmed up fine and were easy to lift out of the pan and serve. They were excellent all by themselves, but would also make a good sandwich on toast or buns, would go well with tortilla chips or Fritos, and might be good with some dipping sauces. I will definitely make these again!
Delicious, great on a hamburg bun with tartar sauce