Modeliciousbites Tuna Balls and Nutrition Facts.


1 med size can tuna.
8 oz mashed potato. (
about 227g)
2 eggs.
browned breadcrumbs.
salt and pepper.


  1. Mix the tuna, potato, salt, pepper and one egg together in a bowl.
  2. Form the mixture into small balls.
  3. Roll in the other egg, followed by the breadcrumbs.
  4. Fry for 10 minutes\

    Nutrition Facts

    Fat and Cholesterol

    Yellowfin and skipjack tuna have very little fat -- between half of a gram to one gram per 3 oz. serving. This means that these types offer almost no heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Bluefin tuna has a little more fat: about 5.5 grams per 3 oz. serving. Almost 1.5 grams of the fat are omega-3 fatty acids. Tuna contains around 40 mg of cholesterol.


    Tuna provides several minerals as well. Magnesium, potassium, phosphorus and iron are all found in tuna. Bluefin and skipjack tuna provide 40 mcg of selenium, while yellowfin tuna provides about 92 mcg in a 3 oz. serving. Selenium is important for the immune system and your metabolism.

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