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This made me love Tuna Melts again! The herbs really do contribute/improve the dish. I will be making this again. Thanks!
This recipe is great! I didn't have any peppers or onions at the time, so I added the pickles like one comment suggested. The flavor of the tuna mixture is excellent! I put it on toasted English muffins and served with veggie soup for the kids. A great alternative to grilled cheese and tomato soup!
I tripled this recipe and made it for my four kids' lunch today. To suit their tastes, I left out the onions and bell pepper; and I added 1/3 C Dijon mustard, 1/2 beefsteak tomato (diced), 1 whole dill pickle (diced), 1/2 tsp onion powder (for the omitted onions), 1/2 tsp garlic powder with parsley, and 1/4 tsp red pepper flakes. I also added about 1 Cup shredded cheddar cheese because I didn't have any slices on hand. The kids absolutely loved it! Like PaulaG and her family, we like them piled high; so I got just 7 sandwiches and had only 1 leftover. :-) Next time, I think I'll cut the cheese ;-) back to 1/2 Cup and increase the mayo to 1/2 Cup. The blend of herbs was so wonderful, and we will definitely be making this again. Thanks for posting!
Great recipe, i served it for lunch and it got rave reviews! Combination of herbs makes one of the kind taste that you'll love.
This made delicious sandwiches that I served with some homemade soup. I did reduce the amount of mayo and because we really enjoy the tuna piled high only got 3 sandwiches.
Great umblelievably good
While at Earl's last week, I had their Tuna Cheddar melt and it was so good. Prompting me to search here at Zaar for a recipe comparable. I think this recipe was the first one I came across that sounded good. And is it ever!!! DH was a little ambivalent but then you can't always please everybody. I loved these and will be doing again for sure! Thanks!!