Good day to all you Galley friends, this week, directly from our camper. We are enjoying a few days away from our little home by the sea at a camp ground…also by the sea.
I brought with me the ingredients for making some of my protein packed bites…this time made with canned tuna. They are super easy to throw together. Make a great little road trip or picnic snack and as today…happy hour appetizer.
I tried them out first at home base using canned chicken and baked them the conventional way.
Then again in the Omnia stove top oven. Perfect each time. And an added bonus… if you don’t feel like making them camping/RV’ing or boating, they can be made ahead, popped in the freezer, then warmed gently and served with your favourite dipping sauce.
Today at the camp site we enjoyed tune bites, a little tartar sauce (simply mayonnaise with relish and a splash of lemon juice) with a chilled beverage, while the day wound down and we were ready to grill up some supper.
Thanks for stopping by and while you wait for my next post edition here are some more little happy hour treats for you to try…
…peace and love
- Mixing bowl
- Omnia stove top oven (for the ovenless)
- 12 mini silicone muffin cups (for Omnia)
- Mini muffin baking tray (for conventional oven users)
- 1 12oz can tuna well drained (**see Galley Kat notes below for alternatives)
- 1 egg
- 1 Cup shredded mozzarella
- 1/2 Tsp onion powder
- salt and pepper to taste (*see Galley Kat notes below)
- Mix all ingredients together
- Scoop a small amount of mixture (about 1 tbsp or two max) into each greased muffin well.
for conventional oven users
- Place muffin tin in preheated 400 ° oven for about 15 minutes, until set and gently browned
- Decant and enjoy warm with a complementing dipping sauce (**see Galley Kat notes below for suggestions)
for Omnia stove top users
- Fill muffin cups and place in Omnia baking pan
- Cover and place on preheated base plate and cook on high for 5 minutes.
- Reduce heat to medium low and continue to cook for another 12-15 minutes or until bites are set and gently browned.