An experiment is indeed right. I tried to follow the directions exactly so I could review based on that, but it didn't work out that way. The recipe didn't say to drain the tuna, so I didn't. It said to add the tuna in water, so I did. Then the recipe looked WAY too thin, so I added almost another cup of bread crumbs. I used less than 1/2 cup minced onion; I think 1/2 cup in the original recipe is too much, as what I used in the tweaked version was still pretty strong. I like spicy things, but like other reviewers, I didn't care for the cayenne in this one. Two eggs was an awful lot as well; it almost looked like a tuna soufflé when it came out of the oven...until it fell flat as a flitter. Calling this is a "loaf" is a stretch as well. It's more like a rectangular, 1-inch thick, baked patty once it settles. This recipe needs a lot of work. If I tried it again, I'd probably double and drain the tuna, decrease to 1 egg, leave out the cayenne, and add some season salt.
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An experiment is indeed right. I tried to follow the directions exactly so I could review...