what a fabulous recipe. i added green onion to the tuna and then i sprinkled sesame seeds on the triangles before i baked them. this is definitely something i will make again, and again!
This is a nice, different way to prepare tuna. I tried the tuna mixture before putting it in the crescent rolls and decided to throw in some powdered onion too, which worked out great. Thanks for posting!
What a GEM of a recipe! And so versatile, too, as this could easily be a snack, an appetizer, or a light lunch. But the best part is that these were so easy to make, and the recipe called for common ingredients that I always have on hand. They would make a great appetizer for just about any kind of party. Thanks, tomsawyer. Made for 2009 Fall Pick-A-Chef.
awesome recipe! I made it as directed and threw in some chopped onions and black olives that I had leftover from another recipe! these are delicious - I wouldn't change a thing about this recipe. =) thanks for a keeper!
Great easy snack/light dinner - when I want something easy when my husband is working late and it is just me and the kids. My kids love these and they are really easy to throw together, with ingredients we usually have in the kitchen.
I used white tuna packed in water and flaked it finely using my fingers so there wouldn't be any lumps. These packets are SO yummy, I can't wait to make them for my next pot luck. They are even good at room temperature! I added some finely chopped green olive in with some of them. I cut my triangles in half so they made more and just used 1 good size spoonful of filling per wrapper. This recipe is going into my favorite appetizer folder right now!
These were excellent. :) I made these to go along with soup. What a nice appetizer too! Almost like a little tuna melt in a package! I'll be making these again for sure! This was made for PAC 2008.