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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.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
18 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
10/7/2010
Very simple and yummy!
posted:
5/1/2010
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.
posted:
12/7/2009
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!
posted:
4/2/2009
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!!!
posted:
2/25/2009
I just made this for lunch and I so enjoyed it. Can't wait to have it again.
posted:
2/6/2009
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.
posted:
1/25/2009
My daughter loves Tuna melts. After this recipe, so does my son!
posted:
12/30/2008
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.
posted:
12/27/2008
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.
posted:
12/26/2008
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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