There are likely hundreds of different versions of the popular tuna melt. Italian provolone, cheddar-olive, and caper are part of this easy seafood recipe collection that includes a tuna melt for any palate.See Popular Tuna Melt 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.
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.
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.
Knowing how to make a crab salad sandwich is what sets apart a gourmand from a run-of-the-mill cook. Anyone can whip up a tuna melt or a ham and cheese sub, but a crab salad is a lunch that is equally suited to a damask tablecloth or a picnic basket.
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.
No matter how you boil, dip, or melt it, crab is one summer treat that you've got to have at least once while the weather's still nice. Yes, we've got a classic crab boil recipe, which is really a one-pot dinner with crayfish, corn on the cob, and potatoes, too. What could be easier?
When you find a good deal at your grocery store, it's smart to stock up -- but it can be a challenge to find new, tasty ways to use up all those good bargains. Each week, we bring you three original (often surprising!) recipes that feature the types of ingredients you're likely to find on sale.
The last thing you want to do on Labor Day is spend hours slaving away in the kitchen. Here, 30-minute-or-less recipes to wow your dinner party crowd.
Even though we often think of sandwiches as lunch food, they can be a flavorful, satisfying and fast dinner option. Try one of these sandwiches tonight!