Mozzarella Tuna Melts

"Italian-style tuna melts"
 
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Ready In:
20mins
Ingredients:
8
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • In a small bowl, combine the tuna, celery, onion, and mayonnaise. Spread on bottom of buns; set bun tops aside. Top tuna mixture with a slice of cheese and tomato.
  • Place on an ungreased baking sheet. Bake, uncovered at 350°F for 12-15 minutes or until heated through and cheese is melted. Top each with a lettuce leaf, replace bun tops.

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  1. KimmieCat1
    This is a good recipe. I would suggest using your own tuna salad recipe and topping with cheese, tomato, and lettuce. Made for ZWT7. Thanks for the recipe.
     
  2. Skooch
    This was fantastic! The only change I made was put it on keiser rolls. Excellent recipe!
     
  3. evelynathens
    Oh so good! This is really comfort food taken to another level. I just made a tiny amount of tuna salad (didn't bother scaling, but used the quantities I wanted of your ingredients). Used a nice slice of sourdough bread as the base. Instead of lettuce, I topped with a couple of fresh basil leaves and some roka. Left the sandwich topless. Loved it!
     
  4. cookiedog
    This made a delightful lunch. I had to use cherry tomatoes due to the Salmonella problem we are having in the states. I also used dinner rolls in place of the hamburger buns. The buttery flavor of the melted mozzarella made these divine! Thank you Scarlett!
     
  5. susie cooks
    Great lunch! Enjoyed by all!
     
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  1. cookiedog
    This made a delightful lunch. I had to use cherry tomatoes due to the Salmonella problem we are having in the states. I also used dinner rolls in place of the hamburger buns. The buttery flavor of the melted mozzarella made these divine! Thank you Scarlett!
     

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