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Like the others have said "this is delicious and a gem". I made as written and this is going into my Favorites of 2013. DH gobbled his up before hardly starting the soup which he loved but he does love tuna. Thank you for posting. Made for Spring PAC 2013.

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mama smurf April 08, 2013

What a gem, why oh why has it sat idle so long? I really love the flavors in this tuna melt. I successfully halved the recipe. I was worried about the oregano but it combines so beautifully with the lemon and artichoke hearts. Very refreshing. I served with small tomato slices, toasted Ciabatta halves w/ provolone. SO good! I prepped all the ingredients in the food processor, added the tuna at the end and gave it a couple of quick pulses to combine. I was concerned the kids would not like all the textures if I didn't chop finer. I truly appreciate a tuna melt recipe without mayonnaise. . Thanks for posting the gem. Made for Best of 2012 Tag game!

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Chicagoland Chef du Jour March 05, 2013

Very good, very easy, and very quick dinner!! No changes made! Served with fried green beans. Thank you!

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Scrapbook Lori February 07, 2008

These are absolutely wonderful! Very easy to make and its great that there is no mayo on it! We leave out the artichoke hearts because hubby doesnt eat them and its still a great sandwich! We have been making this one almost every week lately!

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CulinaryExplorer December 19, 2007
The Ultimate Tuna Melt!