Cooking With Kids Tuna and Veg Fishcakes

This recipe is perfect for using up the weeks leftovers! We used mash and veg from a previous meal, and some stale bread for breadcrumbs. These tuna and veg fishcakes were so yummy, the monsters wanted more!! 



What you need:

Left over mashed potato (around 3 or 4 cups)
150g canned tuna
1 cup leftover veg (peas, sweetcorn and cubed carrot works well)
1 egg
2 slices of stale bread


In case you missed that, combine the potato and tuna in a bowl. Stir in the veg and then beat an egg and add it to the mix, making sure to combine completely. 

Use a food processor to make breadcrumbs from 2 slices of bread, then toast until golden under the grill.

With a spoon of mixture at a time, make a patty shape and coat in breadcrumbs. 

Heat olive oil in a frying pan andcook until each side is golden (3-5 minutes each side.)


Serve with a side of yummy baked beans.


Enjoy.

Happy to take part in Crafty Kids At Home Cooking With Kids blog hop, why not go and check out some more recipes including Lemonade scones and soft pretzels! YUM!


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8 comments:

  1. What a great idea to incorporate some veggies into them as well. Can't wait to try these with my own kids. Thanks for sharing your Fish Cakes recipe our Cooking with Kids Blog Hop.

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  2. I think I will be giving these a try soon....They sound and look great x

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  3. I keep meaning to make my own fish cakes. These look great. I have pinned the recipe in the hope I will atually find time to make them sometime.

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  4. What a great idea! I must try these with the kids X

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  5. What a great idea! I must try t

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  6. Same question as Miss Beckett. Can these be preapred and frozen?

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