6 Reviews

Herby and lemony and full of goodness! Delicious!

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rosslare July 12, 2013

Outstanding! I really enjoy a good tuna melt, and this didn't disappoint. The tarragon and the Dijon made a perfect match and elevated this sandwich beyond five *****! Thnx for sharing your recipe, kittycatmom. Made for the French Forum's Herb/Spice of the Month tag game.

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Darkhunter June 23, 2010

Darn all I can give this is 5 lousy stars and it sure deserves more than that. I made this a few weeks back for KK's Going Green Event before falling ill, and am so glad this was a dish I actually got to eat. I made this almost exactly per the recipe except that like Lauralie I used the tuna in the packets, have developed quite a taste for that, and on the sandwich added some radish sprouts I had extra of, and due to dietary restrictions didn't use any tomato. Tuna Melts are one of my favorite lunch items when I go to restaraunts and never thought to make it at home, but now that I have this recipe with its refreshing and flavorful ingredients I won't be ordering it out anymore. Thank you dear for a super sandwich.

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Chabear01 April 28, 2010

Wonderful tuna sandwich! I used the tuna in a pouch and loved the dressing. The tarragon and lemon juice add a nice fresh flavor. Had italian bread on hand and liked the white cheddar and tomato on the sandwich. This recipe is a definite keeper! Made and reviewed for KC's Recipe Tag Game.

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lauralie41 March 26, 2010

I LOVE Tarragon! I now have it in my garden and I am trying all new recipes using it. Thanks for a great sandwich!

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AyronV June 01, 2009

Great, great, great! Enjoyed this on yet again, another rainy day in May. Perfect for a tuna melt and boy what a tuna melt this is. I had some fresh Italian Bread, and fresh tomatoes. I didn't change anything about this other then use fresh tarragon. Perfect and so tasty you will make this over and over. I added a bit of fresh spinach leaves with the tomato and continued to grill and warm the cheese and tuna. Honestly a 110% wonderful recipe that should be made and enjoyed by all! Made for Everyday to Holiday May 2009.

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Andi of Longmeadow Farm May 06, 2009
Tarragon Tuna Melt