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Tuna Bumsteads

I remember these from my junior high school cafeteria, every Friday without fail! I still hate tuna but now I can at least make up for that with a substitution!

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  • Mix all together but the buns.
  • Split buns half way thru and fill evenly with mixture.
  • Wrap each in foil.
  • Bake at 325 for 20 minutes.
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"I remember these from my junior high school cafeteria, every Friday without fail! I still hate tuna but now I can at least make up for that with a substitution!"
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  1. Dienia B.
    this is libbies cookbook the schools here made them also this would be a handy recipe to have for kids
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  2. Cinda Lu
    This recipe took me way back also...DH and I enjoyed them tonight, didn't add olives or green peppers, didn't have them on hand, but they were still great!! Thanks
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  3. Ma Fischer
    I remember a similar version of these waaayyyy back in the early 70s. My mom and I made these now and then. We sometimes used a hot dog/HB egg combination with the hot dogs sliced in thin coins. Thanks for the memories, Laurie!
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  4. Evie3234
    I used a 185g tin of tuna, and cut the remaining ingredients to fill 4 bread rolls. I didnt have any olives but Im sure they would only enhance the already tasty mix. I used gerkin relish which gave the mix a nice sweet flavour, and the melted cheese was wonderful throughout the crispy rolls. Thanks for a great weekend lunch idea.
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  5. LAURIE
    I remember these from my junior high school cafeteria, every Friday without fail! I still hate tuna but now I can at least make up for that with a substitution!
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