Tuna Melt Sandwich
Tuna melts make great comfort food, and these recipes are no exception. Served on tangy sourdough bread or a toasted English muffin, our tuna melt sandwiches always hit the spot.See Popular Tuna Melt Sandwich Recipes
This may be a sandwich, but you'll need a knife and fork to eat it. The filling of canned tuna, coleslaw mix, and dressing is easy to stir together.
The four ingredients for these open-face sandwiches are probably ready and waiting in your kitchen pantry. If not, keep them on hand for an impromptu lunch.
Approaching tuna-melt perfection, Tommy Habetz's sandwiches have the ideal tuna-to-cheese ratio. His smart idea: using balsamic vinaigrette in place of mayonnaise.
Rob Evans of Duckfat in Portland, ME, gets his specially made bread from the Standard Baking Company, but he also recommends using focaccia and ciabatta.
Start with canned tuna for these warm and tasty sandwiches cooked to a golden brown.
A crisp broccoli slaw salad adds crunch to these skinny tuna melt sandwiches. Pair one with a side of fruit for a healthy lunch.
For this panini-style sandwich, steer clear of tuna packed in water; instead, choose good-quality tuna packed in olive oil.
In this updated version of the tuna melt, we go light on the mayo and top it with fresh tomato slices and shredded sharp Cheddar, which allows us to use considerably less cheese while ensuring that there's great cheese flavor in each gooey bite.
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In the middle of summer, when the mere thought of cooking a hot meal makes you sweat, sandwiches come to the rescue. And of the many sandwich options, tuna salad is one of the top five favorites of all time. Know how to make tuna salad, and you'll have a hot-weather weapon that will win over even the fussiest eater in the family.
If you're like us, you never met a tuna melt you didn't like. There's something about the combo of creamy tuna salad and melted cheese that hits a seriously soul-satisfying spot. Sure, a tuna melt is one of the easiest sandwiches to make.
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When you're busy doing errands, and there's not much time to make lunch or dinner, a stop at the deli for mile-high sandwiches sounds like just the ticket. But at an average of $5 to $7 a sandwich, you're going to spend a bundle. A homemade tuna salad sandwich costs a fraction of what the deli charges, and you can keep the tuna always on hand in the pantry.
What would lunch be without sandwiches? They're essential to our weekdays and weekends, letting us grab food on the run and get right back to work or play. Problem is, it gets easy to fall into a rut, getting that same old plain-Jane tuna salad or turkey sandwich day after day.
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