Open Faced Tuna Melt

4 years ago

The other day I had a real hankering for a tuna fish sandwich. Since I am not the biggest fan of seafood Ive always incorporated vegetables into my tuna fish. I also switch up how I eat my tuna (sometimes over a bed of lettuce, sometimes on bread, etc.). This time I decided to just reach for my craving and make me exactly what I was looking for. To make my tuna fish I use: 1 can of solid white tuna fish (albacore), flaked 3 tablespoons light mayonnaise 1 tablespoon yellow mustard 1 small onion, diced 1 stalk celery, diced & chopped (note: this was excluded this time because I did not have celery in the fridge) Pepper (to taste) Salt (to taste) Pickles, diced (note: again optional, but I incorporated these into my mixture because I was without celery) 1 slice fat free american cheese 2 slices light Italian bread, toasted After all my ingredients were mixed, I layered it onto each half of the bread and split the cheese over the top. Typically you could toast the bread and melt the cheese on a warmed skillet with spray butter, or you could slide the open faced sandwich into the toaster oven to melt the cheese. I put this into the microwave for 10 seconds just to soften the cheese and I was happy enough with the result because it did not make the tuna warm it just made the cheese gooey. QUESTION: Do you like tuna melts? Image is mine do not take or use. Thank you.
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