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Tuna and Cherry Tomatoes on Rice Cakes. Nutrition. 2020-08-17 | By: Snap Fitness INGREDIENTS. 1 can Tuna (Springwater) 2 whole Thick Rice Cakes; 1 cup Cherry Tomatoes; 1 serve Salt and Pepper; METHOD. Step 1. Top rice cakes with tuna and cherry tomato halves.

Step 2. Tuna Tomato Rice Cakes. Posted on June 1, 2020 by by Sharon Posted in Recipes.

Tuna Tomato Rice Cake. Healthy snack packed full of flavor. Print Recipe Pin Recipe. Prep Time 5 mins. Total Time 5 mins.

Course Snack. Cuisine American. Servings 2 Rice Cakes.

Ingredients. 1 small can Tuna * can substitute for chicken or cra. Thinly slice the tomato and mozzarella. Arrange 4 cakes with tomato slices, then a little tuna, mozzarella, more tomato and finally top with the other 4 cakes to form into sandwiches.

5 Garnish on top with more tomato, tuna and mozzarella and serve with your favorite seasonal greens. Spoon half the cooked rice into prepared dish. Spoon half the tuna mixture over rice, then repeat layering with remaining rice and tuna mixture.

Combine breadcrumbs, grated cheese and remaining basil and chives in a medium bowl. Sprinkle over tuna mixture then bake for 15–20 minutes, or until breadcrumbs are golden. Serve. Toss in rice, and mix well. Season with salt and pepper to taste, and cook until rice is heated through.

Remove from heat, and serve. Recipe originally. Place rice in a large mixing bowl Drain tuna and add to rice with the egg, soy sauce, peas and flour. Mix to combine. Shape mixture in to 6 patties.

Heat oil in skillet, cook patties in batches for approx five minutes each side. 1 Preheat oven to 180°C. Chop the onion and capsicum.

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  • Just made those now. Oh my god. I had to log in to write a review. It was the best tuna patties I’ve had I’ve tried to many recipes. I’d advise a tahini dip it’s goes so well with it. Tahini mixed with water, s&p lime and cumin.

  • Oh my God I just gave you a thumbs down because of that stupid fucking music that you put on there. We can’t do this with this music man. You got to take the music off and you got to talk to the audience. That was horrible. Thumbs down. I got to look for another video of somebody talkin while they’re preparing the meal. I don’t want to hear music. Idiot

  • Your recipes are so inspirational!! One suggestion for you to make your tuna cakes a little crispy.. maybe dredge them in some egg and breadcrumbs or crushed panko before frying. Yummmm ��

  • My first time viewing your channel, ‘maybe not appropriate but I have to say you are really beautiful!!! Next time, I will comment about your contents instead. cheers!

  • If you can find it, I love Chao dairy-free, vegan “cheese” slices. Best thing ever. I choose it over regular cheese any time, and I love cheese.

  • I don’t eat spicy food, I’ve never had a rice cake, I don’t like seaweed, I’m lactose intolerant, I hate the taste of mayonnaise but yet here I am watching you with my mouth open. ��❤❤

  • You hit it pretty close, but try a simple pasta tonnato. Fresh tomato, garlic, olive oil, herbs, salt, pepper. Saute. White wine. Cook it off. Add short pasta like penne or ziti. Toss, serve!:D

  • This was so easy! I tweaked a little, no red pepper flakes since I have toddlers. Added cilantro because I didn’t have parsley and sautéed lightly onions garlic and cilantro together and mixed it all in. Added mayonnaise and ketchup for a sos. Was happy to be able to cook this. Thanks for sharing!

  • I am from puerto Vallarta, I’m living here right now, you need to go to colomitos beach, it’s beautiful, and cerró De la Cruz, the paradise is so beautiful you can see all the Bahia in that place�� and yes the marietas island is so beautiful if you have lucky you can see whales and dolphins in that place��

  • For the Tuna Fish to make it a bit crisper you can add some bread crumbs, plus for bit extra flavour you can grate up some tasty cheese and add to the mix (not great for lactose intolerance, but helps with flavour). Also another quick simple tuna dish is get a can of tuna, then add to cooked plain steamed rice add half a jar of pasta sauce, plus pepper for flavour and mix well until is all mixed together, then put some in bowl and eat. A final quick tuna dish is simply boil up two packets of “Indo Mee” Mee Gorang instant noodles drain-off the water then add instant noodle flavour sachets and mix thoroughly and finally add the can of Tuna to noodles again mix thoroughly and eat.

  • I think american canned tuna is usually not as good quality as the korean one (less chunks, it is already broken up) but tastewise I think its the same, especially higher quality ones like albacore.

  • i really wish that keemi was like my older cousin �� she gives that vibe like she’d be good at advice and would go thrifting with you!! idk why ��

  • Where no th world is she… on floor? In a dorm… room…kitchen… I get nervous whn I dnt see a sink w water to wash hands… she is really hungry �� ����she cn put away some food��… easy recipe though…?im tryin it but w less sugar WHOAAA tht was a lot��✌��n let’s eat… wait… b careful… for what? anythg cn happen ANYWHERE… sooo

  • Love these recipes and the fact that they’re all dairy free (lactose intolerant too)! I’ve heard that Sheese by Bute Island foods melts much better, can get it at woolies!

  • I just saw this for the first time tonight…looks delicious! And p.s…you are stunning! I’m following�� p.s…broil the cheese for 2 minutes or longer, stay and watch the oven because it can burn quick!

  • 2 more to add; tuna melt sandwich, tuna salad on grilled/toasted bread with a slice of melted cheese and sliced tomatoes, kick da like a panini.
    Creamed tuna, make a medium white sauce/bechamel, to which you add a can of tuna, along with your choice of cooked diced celery, capers, green onions, etc. Serve over toast or biscuits or rice or mashed potatoes, your preference. Sliced tomatoes are a good side with it.

  • Hi I’m from Barcelona and I do have some recepe one of them is boild eggs stuffed with tuna mayo and the yoke of the egg and to decorate you will put a slice of red pepper baked though on top ������ it’s so yummy x

  • I couldn’t stop thinking how the “girl with the golden hair” must have wronged him so terribly. Well, the silver living is that he’s belting out some emotionally charged hits. ����‍♀️

    Also, the Tuna Cakes look bomb! Can’t wait to try this recipe out. Thanks!

  • Hi from Michigan, USA, just found your channel. Had planned my dinner already for later (boring frozen meal w/extra veggies), but now I’m going to head into the pantry & and grab a can of tuna & whatever else sounds good. Have been stuck at home for 3 months. Where I live has been a hot zone for the Covid virus. Have a favorite Sushi restaurant three minutes from where I live and haven’t been able to go there in three months. Watching your video reminds me that I’ve wanted to learn to make Sushi at home so will make that my goal for the Summer! Thanks so much and I’ll be checking out your other videos.

  • Re: fishcakes. Use a panko breadcrumb in one dish and beaten egg and a little water in another dish. Dip cakes in egg mixture, then in panko. Do this twice for 3x crispy cakes. Then fry. Enjoy!!

  • You can make the tuna cake crunchier on the outside by adding butter with the oil to cook the cake. It works for everything you want crunchy on the outside. That’s how I cook my pancakes. My grandmother told me this tip.

  • Are Korean/Japanese mayo and American mayo tastes the same? I️ feel like when I️ make Asian food I️ have to use Asian ingredients, not Americans because or else it won’t taste the same lol

  • i had to mute that wack a$$ music. but when i got to the part where you drop some oatmeal in the blender, i knew this was done. i wish i had more thumbs to give this 5 thumbs down.

  • Love your creations Janice.. Look forward to every new upload. You are so beautiful and love the passion you have for food and sharing your ideas.

  • I didn’t like the texture the oats give this recipe. I substituted finely diced wheat bolillo rolls and the results was much crisper and not gummy.

  • So good. Am not a good cook but made these really well and my son liked them too! I wonder what the macros are? I could work it out but wondered if you knew.

  • I’ve watched so many videos on how to make these patties and yours was the best by far. Thank you for your video. It looks amazing. I’m going to make this tonight. ����������

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  • why do you cook in your bedroom? don’t you have a kitchen or living room? by the end of your video, your sheets are going to smell like tuna..

  • this comment section:
    99%: talking about the song and how it distracted them
    1%: actually giving feedback

    ���� what has youtube become ����‍♂️

  • Sorry but the alluring is just Rood you say this videos are for everyone and anyone then you should respect other people’s religions and there ways instead of just your own

  • There’s a way to make them crunchier on the outside by mixing some cheese (I like Parmesan) with bread crumbs and coating the patties before frying. Then you will have achieved a crunchy outside

  • Can you put everything that you put in here for in creans in a food processor and then just make the patties or do you have to cut it all up individual please comment back in let me know they look very good

  • To #4 add to mixture about 1/4 cup japanese panko plain you’ll get a really sweet delicate crunch to your tuna patties. Good luck. Best to you.

  • Preheat oven for 200degree C..then keep pasta for 15 to 20 minutes for cheese to melt and be little bit brown. like Lasagne.. from EU.

  • Vegan cheese is a bit tricky to work with because it doesn’t seem to melt well. Perhaps try putting the cheese in the pasta mix and topping it with breadcrumbs. It might get you the crust you’re looking for without the unappetising cheese topping.
    For the tuna & potato cakes may I suggest cutting the potatoes into large cubes before boiling? They’ll cook quicker and be easier to mash than a whole potato. Also, coating the tuna fish cakes in breadcrumbs before frying them will give them the crispy outside you’re looking for.

  • I just don’t get how Keemi and all the other people doing mukbangs can eat so much.. Like I tried to eat 2 instant ramens in one go (cos I thought I was that hungry) and it made me feel sick and I threw them right out… I am more like a small portion many times a day kind of person.. And then others think I am always hungry

  • I was surprised to see “drain OIL from tuna”. Idk it was still packed in oil. I found out a few months ago (from maritimers), that the tuna they pack in cans have been sitting on the docks for a long time?�� Mmm yum yum�� Also don’t crack your eggs on the side of the bowl.�� You’re more likely to get egg shells in your food. Crack them on a flat surface. The title said high protein so I thought more than just tuna would be in the recipe, maybe like chickpeas were going to be added. I do like tuna cakes, despite what I found out about it, so I’ll still be giving this recipe a go.�� Oh ya, great song����

  • I LOVE dukkbokki! Mmmmmmmmmmm with cheeeeeeeeeeese ❤️ those rice balls are right up my alley thoI always end up having tuna salad (which I usually just make with tuna and mayo) as a backup meal or sandwich and I love tuna! I’ll keep my eyes peeled for the one you like next time I’m at the Asian market always looking for good tuna! American canned tuna is usually one of two “styles”:chunk white or chunk lightthe white is drier and tastes more like chicken and the light tends to be meatier and fishier. Ive honestly always preferred chunk light. Also alot of mainstream American canned tuna is packed in water so you have to keep your eyes peeled if you prefer it in oil. In recent years they’ve been doing easy single serve “envelopes” which are like a flat rectangular pack? Easy to take on the go and take up less pantry space but they’ve added alot more options in terms of oil vs water, different types of tuna species (albacore vs yellowfin), and they even added some flavored varietiesThai Chile, lemon pepper, tomato, etc. It’s certainly not too expensive a venture if you wanted to explore the American canned fishies

  • Try covering the tuna dish with foil to get the non dairy cheese to melt. While the brand you have is different than what I get, I live in New York, when I cover the brand I can get, Daiya, covering the dish helps the cheese melt.

  • Ah so satisfying it’s been so long since I’ve watched keemi since I lost my old account and I forgot the channels name but luckily my friend was watching keemi and I found the channel again ☺️ the last video that I remember watching was last Christmas when you were eating shrimp

  • Very nice. HOWEVER, what size can of tuna are you using. It looks to me as if it is a small (individual size, about 3.5 ounces) size can. I would appreciate the info.

  • These look amazing! I have a feeling this will be a go to for me. I’m gonna make them tonight! My grandpa always made these & salmon patties. They were soooo good! I can’t wait to have one! I’m also starving right now. So I’m drooling��! Great recipe and video! Ty for sharing ❤

  • Looks good. The relish alongside could become a dipping sauce by adding greek yogurt, smaller dice on the veggies, maybe a little mint and/or parsley, mix and dip.

  • Ok I am also from Chicago and am having a very very hard time finding rice cakes. I found the dehydrated oval ones but don’t care for those. Where do u shop for all these delicious goodies����������

  • Awesome Presentation!!! Thanks deeply for sharinG!!! Your choice of music was very different for a youtube cookinG video…but you see your video will stand out because a lot of people will remember its unique music style!!! Happi Summer fellow foodie!✌����������������⚘��☕

  • Keemi, can you please teach us how to make the rice? i mean at your way, i would like to try to make this recipe, you are the best!

  • I made your tuna mayo rice ball and it was SO freaking good!! Also ate it with the spicy tteokbokki sauce that had the same sausages and fish cakes in it with mozzarella cheese.. omfg one of the best things I’ve eaten recently. Thanks for the idea Keemi!!

  • Do you like these TUNA PATTIES? Leave me a comment if you do, and tell me what other healthy and high protein recipes you would like to see:)

  • new subscriber here… first I was quite in dilemma whether or not to subscribe because this video makes me craving for that rice balls like crazy. Like I really really want to dip those rice balls in the deokbokki sauce so bad… Now I have subscribed, which means I will have to be prepared to get hungry every night… because of you keemi.. i love you but i hate you for making us hungry