actually yes... I will get you the recipe, my mom does this all the time and they are SO tasty. They are however, fried (in olive oil), so they get crispy and really delicious. It isn't just tuna though, I'll find out what else is in it (tuna is the only meat in it, but I think she tosses in vegetables/other seasoning of sort). I probably have it once a month.
Edit: Also works with Salmon from the can, only I'm very picky about the parts that I eat, because I dont like to eat the big bones that come in the can (that are apparently edible), so i usually end up throwing away half the can of salmon ... still workin on the recipe for ya.