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Tuna Fish Balls - Brazilian Appetizer (Gluten-Free)

This recipe comes to us from Paula Santos.

4 cups cooked mashed potatoes
1 can of tuna fish
½ tablespoon chopped onion
3 eggs
Salt & pepper
Corn

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starch if necessary

Mix potatoes, tuna fish, egg yolks and seasonings. Beat egg whites for 5 minutes and add to mixture. Make into balls (ping pong ball sized) and fry in hot oil.

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Raj
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22 Mar 2012 6:35:36 PM PDT
This was delicious! I added some things to jazz it up a bit... fresh parsley and chopped scotch bonnet peppers. I have a feeling that you can add a few more things with this recipe -- just make sure that the mix doesn't become runny... if it does, add some more potatoes or corn starch.




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