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This is a good recipe. I would suggest using your own tuna salad recipe and topping with cheese, tomato, and lettuce. Made for ZWT7. Thanks for the recipe.

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KimmieCat1 June 05, 2011

This was fantastic! The only change I made was put it on keiser rolls. Excellent recipe!

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Skooch November 13, 2008

Oh so good! This is really comfort food taken to another level. I just made a tiny amount of tuna salad (didn't bother scaling, but used the quantities I wanted of your ingredients). Used a nice slice of sourdough bread as the base. Instead of lettuce, I topped with a couple of fresh basil leaves and some roka. Left the sandwich topless. Loved it!

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evelyn/athens July 09, 2008

This made a delightful lunch. I had to use cherry tomatoes due to the Salmonella problem we are having in the states. I also used dinner rolls in place of the hamburger buns. The buttery flavor of the melted mozzarella made these divine! Thank you Scarlett!

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cookiedog July 06, 2008

Great lunch! Enjoyed by all!

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susie cooks June 21, 2008

This is definitely a case of Whats Not to Love!? I adore tuna fish and forget to make it more. The combo of the crunchy onions, celery and tuna with melted cheese and tomato straight from the broiler were awesome. I had leftover tuna mixture that I've been enjoying on crackers as well. Thank you so much for bringing me back to tuna fish-I'd been away far too long! Made for Aussie/New Zealand Recipe Swap #14.

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Liza at Food.com March 24, 2008

Tagged for RecipeTag 14-Mar 2008. I made this Tuesday for a Ladies Luncheon. It was well received by everyone. Instead of hamburger rolls, I made a fresh boule bread, sliced it horizontally, put the tuna mixture and cheese on it and put into a warm oven for 5 min. to melt the cheese. I then sliced it in a pinwheel design so everyone was able to get a "slice" Very god and will be made often.

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Chef1MOM-Connie March 20, 2008
Mozzarella Tuna Melts