TOASTED BUTTERY TUNA MELT!!!

Total Time
10mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins

I know...I know. To simple. And that's why it is so perfect. Isn't it nice to just slap an easy lunch thats tasty and quick together sometimes. A nice luncheon snack for you and or your children on a nice Saturday afternoon. Not for the health conscious but tasty never-the-less.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. NOTE: FEEL FREE TO ADD ANY OTHER VEGEYS OF YOUR CHOICE.
  2. OR NONE AT ALL.
  3. Mix tuna, egg, onion, bell pepper and salad dressing together.
  4. Place between 2 slices of bread with cheese.
  5. Toast in a buttered skillet (use amount suggested or more to your liking) until nice and golden brown.
  6. Repeat steps if desired.
  7. NOTE: DO NOT HAVE TO USE BUTTER, CAN JUST TOAST REGULAR IN TOASTER OVEN OR SKILLET.
  8. THE CHEESE SHOULD BE NICE AND MELTY WHEN FINISHED.

Reviews

(6)
Most Helpful

Yes !!! This is simple, but it provides just enough structure to become the ideal base for a session of refrigerator sweep.It is obvious that the author understands that cooking is a creative sport, and that there is nothing wrong with easy.

Bill Hilbrich February 18, 2002

I made these for lunch the other day. Very delicious. The only thing I added was some salt and pepper. Simple is usually better and these sandwiches were heaven. I grilled them in a skillet with a little melted butter. Bueno!!

Jenna Naquin January 30, 2003

Just tried these for breaky this morning, not bad, in fact, really good!!, couple of changes, used English muffins and asiago cheese, because that's what I had around. also added a dash of cayenne pepper, and cut it back for the 2 of us. It's a keeper!! Thanks for sharing,

Derf February 17, 2002

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