Apple, Cheddar and Tuna Melt

A light, delicious tuna melt. You can use more mayonnaise than the recipe calls for if you wish. For the bread I used a loaf of whole grain unsliced Italian bread, very nice.

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18mins
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  • Drain tuna and place in a medium-size bowl. Add mayonaise, lemon juice, celery and red onion.
  • Peel the Granny Smith apple, core and dice. Add to the tuna mixture.
  • Add freshly ground pepper to taste and gently combine mixture well.
  • Slice six slices from the bread loaf, about 1/2-inch thick. Cover the slices with the tuna mixture and top with the grated cheese.
  • Place slices on a cookie sheet and broil for 2-3 minutes. The cheese should be bubbly and the tuna mixture warmed through.
  • Serve immediately.
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"A light, delicious tuna melt. You can use more mayonnaise than the recipe calls for if you wish. For the bread I used a loaf of whole grain unsliced Italian bread, very nice."
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  1. Jean R
    A light, delicious tuna melt. You can use more mayonnaise than the recipe calls for if you wish. For the bread I used a loaf of whole grain unsliced Italian bread, very nice.
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