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Great recipe, but using 'light tuna'? Try using white tuna and you will definitely up it a notch or two.
Light, delicious taste. Very easy to prepare.
Delicious! The only change I make is to omit the shallot. I've made this several times and some just eat the tuna mix without the tomato and cheese, full of flavor that way too. Thanks for posting!
Tasty! We will make this again!
This made a great lunch for DH and I. I halved the recipe and used whole grain bread. Thanks!
This was so tasty and satisfying; the best tuna melt I've had by far. I used a 425 gram can of tuna so added a little extra mayo, and eight shakes of Tabasco. I used white bread, frying it in a pan on the stove top so it crisped, vine-ripened tomatoes, extra sharp cheese and everything else as listed. Needless to say I'll be making it again, and soon. :)
This has a great flavor to it... not like the plain mayo kind I've had all my life. I'll never go back, this is a keeper! (it's even good not toasted).
Yummy! Believe it or not, this is the first time I've ever eaten a hot tuna sandwich. I loved it! I did grill it, rather than toast it, however. Thanks for the recipe.
These made a nice healthy addition to a bowl of soup for DH and me at lunch. They are nice and toasty. I used Roma tomatoes, sliced thin.
Used your technique of toasting, but added some dijon, mustard, grated carrots to the filling. I actually prefer the really toasty texture to the buttery grilled! Drank an iced coffee with it and it was a super lunch. Roxygirl