Baked Tuna Balls

  • Cook & Prep: 25 m
  • Serving: 2
  • Contains:

These quick-and-easy tuna balls are tasty and nutritious. Serve as an afterschool snack, as an appetizer at your Chanukah party, or for a cheap parve supper.

Ingredients (7)

Main ingredients

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Prepare the Tuna Balls

  1. Drain the tuna. Combine all ingredients except cornflakes crumbs.

  2. Shape into balls and roll in cornflakes crumbs.

  3. Place onto cookie sheet and bake for 20 minutes at 375 degrees Fahrenheit until golden brown and crispy.

Credits

Styling and Photography by Elazar Klein Studio

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  • Alyssa Rosenbaum

    Baked Tuna Balls

    Great for a change!

    A very different way to experience tuna, and I'm digging it! I substituted a vegan garlic aioli I had made instead of regular mayo, almond meal and some arrowroot powder instead of breadcrumbs, and because I didn't have onion powder, a bit of Trader Joe's "Everything but the Bagel" spice blend, which has some coarsely ground onion in it. So it was a little healthier this way, I think. Was good on its own but especially great when paired with a bit of sriracha!
    Posted by ARose91 |December 5, 2018
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  • Alyssa Rosenbaum

    Baked Tuna Balls

    Great for a change!

    A very different way to experience tuna, and I'm digging it! I substituted a vegan garlic aioli I had made instead of regular mayo, almond meal and some arrowroot powder instead of breadcrumbs, and because I didn't have onion powder, a bit of Trader Joe's "Everything but the Bagel" spice blend, which has some coarsely ground onion in it. So it was a little healthier this way, I think. Was good on its own but especially great when paired with a bit of sriracha!
    Posted by ARose91 |December 5, 2018
    0
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