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Cheesy Tuna Melt

Cheesy Tuna Melt recipe
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These grilled cheese sandwiches are filled with creamy tuna salad for a simple, yet unforgettable, sandwich.
10 min
18 min
4 servings
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Very simple and yummy!
Very tasty. This type of sandwich appeals to me anyway. I grilled it, but will next time add the tuna a little later on in the grillling, so it won't spill out so quickly.
I made this recipe and it is a hit! Even my mother, the pickiest eater I know was surprised how good it tasted! I added a little salt, pepper, diced scallion and parsley to the mixture and toasted it. It is worth making for late night television watching and a warm lunch on snowy days! I will be making this again!
This was very good and reminded me of how I made tuna melts with these ingredients only also added chopped cheese chunks, onion, celery and/or sliced green olives to the tuna/mayo and like other member said can cover with foil and bake but used buttered buns. For plain grilled cheese I usually put slices of dill pickle between the cheese slices while grilling, my son taught me this as a child. DELICIOUS!!!
I just made this for lunch and I so enjoyed it. Can't wait to have it again.
We love this sandwich. Instead of frying I wrapped them in foil and put them in my toater oven for 20 minutes at 350 degrees. Then I opened the foil and flattened the foil somewhat and toasted the sandwich on each side, using the foil to catch the drips. Thank you for this great recipe.
My daughter loves Tuna melts. After this recipe, so does my son!
It was my first time trying to make a tuna melt. Wonderful! My son does not like tuna and said he didn't want any but after I cooked the sandwiches for everybody else, he couldn't resist. Then he asked for seconds! It will be one of our favorite lunch recipes now.
I've made this adding a tsp. of relish, and making it open face with one slice of cheese on top, then baking in oven/toaster oven until cheese melts. It cuts the calories/fat/etc. significantly. Made this way, the tuna has a sweet nutty flavor. My family loves it.
I've made this recipe for years but with a twist - dipping it in egg/milk then grilling it ... not exactly a diet friendly sandwich but trust me it's great!!
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