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Crescent Tuna Melt

Actually this is a tuna melt pocket. Something I got when I was in a creative mood.

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  • Heat oven to 375F degrees.
  • In bowl mix first 4 ingredients.
  • Add tuna and eggs.
  • Unroll dough into 2 rectangles.
  • Place one on cookie sheet.
  • Spoon tuna mix on dough.
  • Add cheese.
  • Place other rectangle on top.
  • Seal edges.
  • Bake until deep golden brown (about 20 minutes).
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"Actually this is a tuna melt pocket. Something I got when I was in a creative mood."
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  1. Annelotte
    I really liked this. Much better than a plain tuna melt. I thought that 1T was a bit too much mustard for my tastebuds and I also had trouble reheating the leftovers, as microwaving made the croissants soggy. I also bought two tubes of dough per other reviewers and had plenty of filling to go around. Thanks! I'll definitely make this again.
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  2. Lacer
    Very good. Really liked the dill pickles in it. I made two smaller rectangles, and really had enough filling to make two more (next time I will get two cans of crescent dough). I used cheddar cheese since I had it on hand, and thought that tasted pretty good. Thanks for the recipe MizzNezz!
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  3. Kaarin
    This filling is superb! Love the pickles. I decided to make individual melts, so used 2 cans of crescent rolls and made smaller rectangles. I also used farmer cheese (similar to monterey jack) since my kids refuse to eat swiss. I will definitely make this again.
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  4. just steffy
    These were easy to make and quite delicious. Although I have to say I think I enjoyed them for the next days lunch at room temperature even better. I am a fiend for cheese so I added a half slice of American to each pocket before baking and left out the onion simply because neither of us likes it. As I was eating these I was thinking of all the other things I could use this idea to make. You could fill these with virtually anything that isn't too thin or runny. It's kinda like a create your own hot pocket. The best thing about them-no silverware required they would be great for a gathering, very little cleanup...I like that!
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  5. lazyme
    This was good and easy. My husband and I tried a 'cocktail hour' at lunch when we were in Hawaii this winter. Each day we tried 1 new cocktail and either a light lunch or an appetizer that we had been wanting to try. This was one of those dishes that we tried and we loved it.
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