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these are ok...a change from my traditional tuna melt...glad i tried it. thanks for posting
I use these ingredients to stuff into baked potatoes with a little sour cream. Try it and you'll love it!
I've made sandwiches like this on camping trips, but I've never used tuna and corn. It was a little different and quite tasty! Since I don't have a jaffle iron, I actually made this with a waffle iron - found this online as an option. It gave the sandwich a funny waffley appearance and texture. I had one of these last night for dinner, but I felt like it was missing something. For lunch today, I mixed in some grated Greek kasseri cheese and added sliced tomato and baby spinach. I really liked these additions (esp the cheese cuz it melted mmmm). I'm going to buy one of these irons so that I can make these when I go camping. Thanks Jewelies!
Made a nice tasty lunch! I don't have a jaffle maker so used a sandwich press along with regular corn I mashed up a bit. Rather than the pepper I used a small tin of sweet chili tuna and they came out great.
I hadn't thought of these filling either(we call these "toasties" where I come from) and here in the Netherlands creamed corn is not readily avaialble anywhere except for a specialist chinese shop in the centre of the city. I couldn't be bothered to make a special trip to took and regular tin of corn gave it an appointment with the stick blender.. hey presto, creamed corn, and yummy ! This was a great lunch for a busy day. Please see my rating system: 4 stars for a tasty treat that was quick and easy to make. Thanks!
Mmmm, these made for an easy n filling breakfast this morning. Made as directed using wholemeal bread. My family just loves jaffles, we often have them for dinner on Saturday after a busy day out. There are so many things you can use as fillings but this is one I'd never thought of. It's going to become a regular I'm sure.