Tuna Patties with Organic Dill, Vegan egg, and Crisp Coating Mix

1 small can of Starkist (5 ounces I think) tuna in oil drained. Yes, you read in oil, because I read an article that says the kind is oil has more omega-3 fatty acids than the one in spring water.

1 vegan egg equivalent. I used energy brand egg replacer and put in one and a half teaspoons of the egg replacer with 2 tablespoons water.

Another great brand that I found that has better easier dimensions to remember is the Neat egg natural Vegan egg substitute. The package that I got 4.5 oz is equivalent to 18 eggs. All you do is just add 1 tablespoon of the egg replacer with 2 tablespoons water.

The Starkist brand is farmed in a more eco-friendly way. It is 100% wild caught.

365 Organics dill to taste, about 1/4 teaspoon or so.

2 tablespoons crisp coating mix homemade on the site.

About a tablespoon or two to roll formed patties in and I put on a small plate and just turned very delicately each Patty in the Chrisp coating mix

  • Simply mix all the ingredients until well blended.

    You will need 2 tablespoons of crisp coating mix to roll the patties in.

    Form into patties then dredge into the crispy coating mix and then fry like you would a pancake, except make sure that all sides are brown.
    You can also turn them twice to make sure that the sides get nicely cooked and browned.

I served the tuna patty with Garden herbed rice and some mixed greens that were slightly cooked and a drizzle of fat-free ranch dressing for a healthy lunch.

I fried the tuna patty in grapeseed oil and use the bare minimum of oil that I had to.

I hope you enjoy this as much as I did and I hope you find other uses for the Crisp Coating Mix that I put on the site earlier this week.