Spicy Tuna Cutlets

I read in a newspaper of something similar like this recipe but cannot remember the exact measurement. While doing stock clearance, I found 2 cans of tuna in my cabinet and half opened frozen french fries, thus it is just a good start-up my own mixing.
One who leave with a person who is passionate about cooking and enjoy stuffing family and friends with food is forced to like first hand try-out recipe whether it is tasty or not! Ha ha ha...
Spicy Tuna Cutlets

2 cans of tuna in olive oil - drained and mashed
2 cups french fries - fry without oil until tender/half cooked - mashed
2 big union, grated
coriander leaves - shredded
2 red chillies - take the seed off and chop finely
1 tsb curry powder
Salt, sugar and pepper to taste
2 eggs
corn flour
butter



Mix well all ingredients with 1 egg. Beat lightly another egg to be used as a dip.
Put in a rectangular pan and press evenly then cut to desired shapes.
Coat in corn flour, dip in beaten egg, then pan fry with butter until both sides turn golden brown.


I served it as breakfast/brunch with Oregano Potato inspired by a blogger friend here. Thanks MakLang...On another thought, the cutlets goes well as savory dish for hi-tea or small birthday party. Dare to try with chilly ot tomato sauces?

Comments

ainizakri said…
Cik Milah

Kelmarin dulu, saya try masak serai tu..amboi...sedap..(tapi saya tak cukup serai)..main tokok tambah sendiri... Thanks na..bagi mai kongsi sama resepi.
cikMilah said…
Sama-sama & terima kasih kembali sbb cuba resipi ni. Simple kan? Kalau sedap tu dah cukup la serainya tu...

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