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Toasted Tuna Melts

Toasted Tuna Melts recipe
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Absoulety loved these!
posted by
shante87
on 6/2/2011
time
prep:
10 min
total:
15 min
servings
total:
4 servings, 1 tuna melt each
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posted:
11/7/2007
Very good! I had never had a tuna melt before, and I loved these! Next time I'll leave out the celery ( not a big fan) and add more onions!
posted:
10/30/2007
Wouldnt change a thing, very good!
posted:
10/23/2007
Awesome recipe! My fiance doesn't usually like celery, but loved it in this melt. I will be making this meal regularly! Excellent.
posted:
10/23/2007
My husband doesn't usually like tuna melts but loved this one. Wouldn't substitute or change anything about this recipe. Will def make again.
posted:
10/1/2007
This was very good! The cream cheese added a nice ceaminess to it! I did use 3 cans of tuna because it seemed too mayonaisey with two as someone else mentioned. My husband said he would like it better with mustard.
posted:
9/15/2007
Not fancy but got to use up my extra English muffins for this recipe. Can be easily halved for two. Can't leave out the celery or onion because you need the crunch. Extra good with veggie soup.
posted:
9/13/2007
I added an extra can of tuna because it was way to "mayonaissey" for us. It turned out really yummy (even though I forgot the onions), and I'll definitely make this again.
posted:
9/9/2007
This is so good! I made it in the toaster oven because I didn't think I would need that many and ended up making about a dozen! They tasted way better then any tuna salad I ever had!
posted:
8/28/2007
I have made this twice. The first time was "ok" but when I made it again I used chive and onion cream cheese and mixed some cheese into the mixture as well as adding it on top. I also used toasted, whole wheat bread the second time...too soggy untoasted.
posted:
8/28/2007
This was a very simple and delicious recipe!
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