|by Michel Roux|
The egg is the simplest and most complete food, highly nutritious and versatile enough for the quickest of meals or the smartest of dinner parties.
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Mix all ingredients ... form mixture into patties. Be sure ... browned on both sides. Tuna substituted for salmon is very economical and tastes very well.
Mix thoroughly 1/2 cup soup, tuna, cornmeal, egg ... Shape into 6 patties. In skillet, ... occasionally. Garnish with chopped parsley if desired. Makes 6 servings.
Mix all ingredients together. Shape into patties. Spray Pam ... and fry on both sides. Makes 6 patties. Great with buttered noodles and peas with juice.
Drain tuna. Put all ... - except water - mix together. Add just enough water to make into patties. Cook in pan with a little butter so they don't stick.
Combine fish, crackers and egg. You may need to use 2 eggs if using fresh fish. Mix well. Spoon onto a hot greased frying pan and press with a fork. ...
Drain salmon, setting aside ... powder to salmon juice. Mix and add to salmon mixture. Form into patties and fry until golden brown. Serve with tartar sauce.
Preheat broiler. Shred ... remaining ingredients, except tuna. Drain and ... Shape into 3 patties. Broil 4" ... servings. 187 calories, 5 g fat, 157 mg sodium.
Saute in small amount of butter the celery and onion, add to other ingredients; mix well. Make patties and fry in deep fat.
Combine and make patties. Brown on both sides in pan sprayed with Pam. These are also good cold.
Mix bread, tuna or salmon, egg, Worcestershire ... into 3 firm patties, each about ... over medium heat until golden brown on both sides, 4 to 5 minutes.
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