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Soup and toastie night for us, so I decided on making these tuna melts. The flavours work well together and the crunch of the walnuts gave them that something a little different. Very tasty. Thanks for posting.

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Evie* August 22, 2003

Tuna melt, ho-hum, right? Wrong! This is one great sandwich. Don't skip the walnuts. They absolutely make the sandwich. Thank you, Nurse Di.

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sugarpea February 13, 2004

Excellent! This tuna melt has a unique flavour and is very tasty. I topped it with grated cheddar cheese as opposed to a slice and used regular mustard and it came out perfect! This truly one of the best tuna melt recipes I now have. Thanks!

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Candace28 January 26, 2004

this is very good recipe, however i made a few changes. i omitted the mayo and mustard (i don't like the former and didn't have the latter) and used some plain yogurt instead. I also added a little chilli paste and i think i used more curry powder cause i love 'em spicy! i made them on english muffin halves instead of ww bread. i LOVE the melty cheese and the crunchy apples. Definitely not a boring sandwich!

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WaterMelon October 10, 2003

Mmmm! This was great. I'm just now becoming a fan of curry. I'm also becoming a fan of you, NurseDi. Everything I've tried so far has been wonderful. Keep them coming!

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Lizzybob September 11, 2003

This was tasty and a bit different. I subbed white bread as we like our melts to have a crisp base and used grated tasty cheese, but otherwise followed the recipe as written. We had two slices each and found it to be very satisfying.

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Soobeeoz August 22, 2006
Apple-Curry-Tuna Melt