Rachael Ray's Tuna Melt Sammie

I saw her make this on her show one day and just had to try it out. I slightly modified it, due to a couple of items not available at our supermarket. Not your average tuna sandwich.

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directions

  • Heat panini press or cast iron skillet for pressing sammy.
  • If using a skillet, you will need another heavy skillet to press with or a brick, wrapped in foil.
  • Flake tuna in bowl. Add chopped artichokes, sun-dried tomatoes, olives, capers, parsley, shallots and arugula.
  • Dress with lemon juice and liberal drizzle of oil.
  • Mix to combine salad thoroughly, season with pepper to taste.
  • Arrange half of the cheese, overlapping the slices, on the bottom half of ciabatta.
  • Top with salad in even layer then arrange remaining cheese and top with bread.
  • Cut the loaf into 4 sections and press a few minutes to melt cheese and heat through.
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"I saw her make this on her show one day and just had to try it out. I slightly modified it, due to a couple of items not available at our supermarket. Not your average tuna sandwich."
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  1. rosslare
    Great Mediterranean flavours here! I added some garlic.
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  2. SarasotaCook
    Perfect! Loved it, simply easy and great flavor. I dd use fresh bag of tuna vs the can, but great. I did slightly brown the ciabatta before adding the filling which I think helped, but that was just personal preference. Nice sandwich. Kim
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  3. KellyMac6
    Definitely a five star sandwich! I didn't slice the ciabatta horizontally becasue mine was already sliced normally so I just did the sandwiches individually. This is a little more time consuming than an average sammie but so refreshing and definitely worth it. It would be great to make up on a Sunday and use as a gourmet lunch throughout the week. Thank you very much. Made for Holiday Tag.
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  4. Andi Longmeadow Farm
    Everyone just adored this sandwich, we had been shoveling for the last two days after a huge snowstorm hit the Mid-Atlantic area. I needed something really great to plunk down on the kitchen table that was: 1)filling 2) tasty 3)easy to make, and this is the perfect combination of the 3 criteria mentioned. I made 2 small changes that made no impact at all on the final product. They were as follows: I used frozen artichoke hearts, fresh spinach in place of the arugula, and a small white onion in place of the shallot. Used a cast iron skillet to warm sandwiches, and ate away! Thank you so much, Lori! Made for *Everyday is a Holiday* February 2010
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  5. Lori Mama
    I saw her make this on her show one day and just had to try it out. I slightly modified it, due to a couple of items not available at our supermarket. Not your average tuna sandwich.
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