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Crisp mini tuna patties in dollar buns get a flavor boost from melted American cheese.
Place 1/2 cup breadcrumbs into shallow bowl or pie pan; set aside.
Combine remaining 1/2 cup breadcrumbs, tuna, carrot, onions, eggs, lemon & pepper seasoning and salt in bowl; stir until well mixed.
Divide tuna mixture into 8 equal portions; flatten each to 3-inch patty. Place patties into breadcrumbs in bowl, coating both sides.
Melt butter in 12-inch nonstick skillet over medium heat until sizzling; add tuna patties. Cook, turning once, 5-6 minutes or until outsides are crisp and insides are heated through. Top each patty with 2 pieces cheese during last minute of cooking.
Spread cut-sides of top half of buns with mayonnaise. Place tuna patties onto bottom half of buns; top with lettuce leaves and top half of buns. Serve immediately.
Dietary Fiber: 2g
These were excellent. It kinda tasted like a Mcdonald's filet o fish sandwich with the lettuce, mayo and cheese on. I will be making these very often
Awesome! I followed the recipe exactly. I used to make salmon patties; no more. My 40+ son said, "Why didn't you make these when we were kids"
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