Low fat Tuna and potato fish cakes

I made these a few weeks ago, but instead of using potatoes, I made tuna salad and added in eggs and breadcrumbs. My family loved them, and I even made homemade tartar sauce to go with them.

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Tuna Fish Cakes

Boy, oh boy! These Tuna and potato fish cakes will blow your mind.

This is a family favourite that I often make for lunch. It is very low in fat and a very balanced lunch when served with a crisp lettuce and tomato salad on the side.

The one ingredient that gives these fish cakes their lovely sweet and aromatic taste is the fennel tips.

If you have never had fennel with fish then I suggest you put it on your bucket and grocery list!

Fresh Fennel could be hard to come by so don’t hesitate to use the dried fennel instead.  Try Cape Herb & Spice’s Dill Tips  they are freeze dried, the flavour is insanely intense and lift these simple ingredients to new a new level of great taste.

Use normal cake flour to dust the fish cakes but if you want to cut out the gluten in…

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About darkbookworm13

I am a proud mom to 3 beautiful girls, and married to the love of my life. I have been a practicing Witch since the summer of 2003, having studied many different paths over the years, ranging from Wicca, Goddess only worship (courtesy of StarHawk), Eclectic Paganism, Kitchen Witchcraft, Norse Paganism, Hearthcraft, Spiritual Luciferianism, and more. I have worked with the Futhark runes, Brian Froud's Faeries Oracle deck, Tarot decks, and I am currently working on a customized divination set based on collected items. I like to work with herbs, and gardening. I crochet and make handicrafts like wood burned items, paintings, drawings, toys, and hand sewn doll clothes for my daughters. The only title I call my spiritual path is Witchcraft, as using magic entwines deeply with the worship of the Gods who call me Their own. My Patron deity is Loki, who has chosen me as His kin.
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