Do these look like begedil to you? In a way they are a sort of begedil, made with canned tuna and potatoes.
It all starts with draining two cans of tuna (which are packed with water) and squeezing out excess moisture.
To this I added mashed potatoes, some chopped chives, chopped carrots, onion powder, garlic powder, loads of freshly cracked pepper, tapioca flour (can use corn flour but I did not have any) and beaten egg.
I gave it a good mix with my hand. I did not pour all the beaten egg into the mixture because I was afraid it might become too wet (I had a bad experience a week ago). I put just enough for the mixture to hold together.
Fry for about 5 minutes. When you see the top part browning, flip the patties over so that they brown evenly.
And you end up with these.
The last four patties, I coated with leftover beaten egg before frying. They look like regular begedil.
These tuna patties are great as snacks, so crispy when served warm. They are wonderful for food prep too.
I want to put up a recipe but alas, this I made using agak-agak method. Maybe the next time I make tuna patties again, I will note down the amounts of the ingredients used.