20 Feb Salmon-Tuna Bites
This is my creative adaptation of Salmon Loaf, Tuna Croquettes, and all-things-easy-from-a-can-type recipe. Salmon-Tuna Bites are easy to make, perfect for a quick breakfast, lunch, supper, or snack. Enjoy.
Ingredients: Mix and match ingredients to suite your tastebuds. I have given my best ‘guess-timate’ measurements to help you get started.
- canned salmon & canned tuna (2 cans salmon:1 can tuna) Option: only salmon, no tuna
- finely chopped carrots, celery, & onion
- 2 eggs or egg white equivalents
- 1/3-1/2 cup quick oats (add more if mixture is too wet)
- thyme and dijon mustard to taste
- Preheat oven to 350 deg F. Line cookie tray with parchment paper.
- Large bowl: combine all ingredients.
- Use mechanical cookie or ice cream scoop (large spoon also works) and place bites on parchment paper.
- Bake in oven 15 minutes.
Eat warm. Freeze extras for later use.
Linda’s Handy Tips:
- These freeze well. I make a double batch.
- My food processor makes fast work of the veggie chopping.
- Don’t like tuna? Make Salmon Bites instead.
Experiment and enjoy. I make these often and confess that I do not measure with any exactness. The mixture needs to have enough ‘egg’ to hold together, enough veggies and spices for flavour. Did you enjoy them? I’d be happy to hear what you think.