I’ll admit – Tuna Fish Cake Sandwich, isn’t at all an appetizing name. But if you’re a fan of tuna sandwiches this is a must try!
It’s packed with green onion, water chestnuts, jalapeno and topped off with an Old Bay Aioli that is amazing!
I got inspiration for this recipe after seeing a video from Gordon Ramsay’s Fish Cakes using canned tuna. My take on this is slightly different, but makes for the perfect way to change up a tuna sandwich!
It’s got a bit a heat from a jalapeno, and amazing texture with a little water chestnut, green onion.
I’m all about this Old Bay Aioli. It adds the perfect addition to turning this into a sandwich!
These tuna fish cakes also freeze well after cooking. So throw leftovers in the freezer, then reheat in the oven to make a quick lunch!
Eaten by itself, or paired with a nice crunchy bread that’s toasted with some arugula lettuce This tuna fish cake makes an amazing quick tuna sandwich that’s loaded with flavor!
Tuna Fish Cake Sandwich With Old Bay Aioli
Prep Time: 5minutes
Cook Time: 5minutes
Total Time: 10minutes
Tuna Fish Cake Sandwich packed with green onion, water chestnuts, jalapeno and topped off with an Old Bay Aioli that is amazing!