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Made this today and the verdict was ........yummy!!! My daughter ate 3!!! Followed the recipe as stated but cooked the onion before adding and couldn't figure out where the other egg went as only 1 was added into the mix. Used fresh corn (cut from the cob) and fresh breadcrumbs. I Could taste the onion & not being an onion lover will only put 1/2 onion in next time but my husband said it was perfect. Would be nice with a salad and a seafood type sauce and perfect for picnics. Thanks for the recipe. Made for PAC 2006

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Aussie mum 2_2 November 02, 2006

Yummy, though a bit time consuming to make. I will be making batches to freeze as well as eat at the time (add more potatoes and rice to increase). I used kumara instead of potatoes, no cheese, garlic/olive oil tuna and only half an onion. As my breastfed son cannot have wheat (therefore I can't either unfortunately) I used rice flour and creamota for rolling. I did not really like the texture when freshly cooked and crunchy but had leftovers warmed in the microwave the next day, and the next, and they were superyummy!! The flavours really merge together nicely when left and the microwave makes them soft again. We used plum sauce and cream cheese as condiments.

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Chibitora October 19, 2006

Pure comfort food. This was to DIE for! Only change was that I didn't have the corn on hand. I used a few shakes of dried Italian seasoning and parsley. My kids and husband really enjoyed theirs, too! I will make this a standby. Thanks Australian Sweetdreamer for posting a new favorite. Roxygirl

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Roxygirl in Colorado September 25, 2006
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