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We really enjoyed this recipe. It was easy to do. I used eight Grands biscuits and it turned out perfect. Will definitely do this again with salmon. Many ways to do this but the tuna was great. Thanks for a great recipe.
These were really good, but wasn't too crazy about the olives (personal taste). This recipe was easy to follow and it was no problem rolling out the biscuits, and had just enough tuna mixture to make 10. At dinner, we were discussing the incredible possibilities of the basic recipe, rolling out flaky biscuits and filling them with...the sky's the limit. Thanks for sharing this and starting my mind thinking of what to do next.
My tuna flips did not come out near as nice as the photo posted by Nick's Mom. I also wouldnt have reviewed mine as highly as the other reviewers. Working with one biscuit was very hard so I used two biscuits that I rolled out together. Instead of 12 ounces of tuna I only used 6 but kept the other ingredients the same. I do have quite a bit of filling left and was a little disappointed in the flavor of my filling after baked. I will make these again at a later date and see where I made my mistakes this time.
These were Great! I rolled out the biscuits on waxed paper and baked on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet. I used black olives and cheddar cheese. You could vary the ingredients to suit your taste, such as next time I may add a little diced onion, pimento and green olives. No need for a fork, as you can just pick them up to eat them. Easy and delicious. Thanks for sharing. Nick's Mom
These were pretty tastey. This makes a lot of filling, more than is needed for the biscuits, no matter, used it later for a tuna melt on english muffins. I would suggest using the large "grands" biscuits, the smaller biscuits were difficult to work with. The cheddar cheese inside and potato chip coating on the outside made for a deliciously different snack.