I've become one of those people that have a full pantry, basically my mother. You never know what you will need! Or, as I have found lately, "why did we need this?" I've come across a few things lately that I have NO idea what I bought them for... But this is not about my brain-fart moments... It's food related. I swear.
Anywho. I love being able to come home from playgroup and whip together something like this. It's not super flash, but it's good, I love it, the boys like it, and it takes all of about 10 minutes to make.
- 180 g Canned (tinned) Tuna in water
- 1 egg, lightly beaten
- a little bit of dried herbs, chives, parsley (or fresh if you have them)
- 1 tsp seeded mustard
- 3 or 4 tbsp whole wheat flour
- 2 tbsp grapeseed oil, or canola is fine
- Drain the tuna in a sieve.
- Quickly beat the egg and add your herbs and mustard.
- Add the drained tuna and flour to the egg mix and mush together with your fingers like you would meatloaf.
- Separate into four equal amounts and roll into a patty shape.
- Heat up the oil in a small fry pan and cook through until golden and crispy on the edges.
- Drain them on a paper towel and devour.
Yum... I make a fake tartar sauce for mine, but the boys are happy to have them with some edamame.