Tuna Melt by Lisa Smith

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jalapenosAnother quick an easy recipe, good for a fast lunch!


 2 slices of bread

5 oz can of Albacore Solid White Tuna

1/4 cup mayo

shredded cheese

salt and pepper to taste


red onions, lettuce, tomatoes



Tuna MeltDirections:

Turn your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit; with your oven already on and getting warm, your sandwich will be done in no time!

On a medium size baking sheet, place down your two slices of toast. I usually prefer white bread, but you can use wheat bread if you like.

Open the can of tuna, making extra sure that all the liquid is drained. And in a small bowl mix your tuna, and mayo together. The amount of mayo you use may vary depending upon how you like your tuna sandwiches, or if your tuna is dry. Make sure to completely mix the tuna and mayo. 

To add a little bit more flavor, salt and pepper to taste!

Once you like what you created, spread as much tuna as you like on your sandwich (I like A LOT). And just before tossing it into the oven, make sure to sprinkle as much shredded cheese on top as you like.

If you preheated your oven, your sandwich should be done between 5 and 10 minutes, but make sure to keep a close eye on it anyways! While I like my tuna sandwiches a bit more plain, you can also add some lettuce, tomatoes, red onions or jalapenos before slapping on the other piece of your toast!

I hope you give this one a try, and if you do comment down below with your thoughts, or even a picture of your sandwich!

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