Easy Tasty Spicy Tuna Fishcakes
Most people use canned tuna to prepare salads. Some people even eat it straight from the can. Today, we want to show you a very tasty way to cook canned tuna. It’s called spicy tuna fishcakes*.
We use canned tuna in a spring water for this recipe. However, you can also use fresh tuna. When you use the canned tuna, you need to drain the liquid out, otherwise the fishcake won’t hold together.
For the seasoning, we’d like to use all fresh ingredients such as ginger, chives, coriander, red chili and lemon juice to make the tuna cakes nice and fragrant. If you don’t like spicy food, just leave out the chili.
These tuna croquettes can be served with our special lemon dip, which we will show you how to make below.
This tuna fishcakes recipe is very cheap and versatile. You can make it for lunch and dinner. It’s so easy and delicious and you will want to make it again and again. Who would have thought something mouthwatering and delicious like this can come out of a can?
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Prepare the veggies and spices: Chop the coriander and chives into fine bits. Grate the ginger. Slice the tip of the chili peppers and discard. Empty the inside of the pepper by scooping out the seeds and white portions with your hands or a knife. Rinse the pepper with water to remove any other impurities. Brunoise cut after washing.
Next, drain the liquid off of tuna and make sure it’s dry.
Add all the ingredients for the fishcake (except olive oil) in a mixing bowl. Season with salt to your liking.
Mix the ingredients together. Mold about a spoonful of the mixture to make small balls.
Cooking: Heat the olive oil in a non-stick frying pan. Place the balls in the olive oil one at a time then flatten them with a spoon. Brown both sides of the fishcake.
For the dip: Combine all the ingredients for the dip in a deep bowl. Stir to mix well. You can also use mayo or other low carb sauces that you prefer.
Serve the fishcakes on a plate with the dip and lemon wedges on the side. You can also include a low carb salad to make it a complete healthy meal.
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*Recipe inspired by Gordon Ramsay. You can watch him make his fishcake here: