Artichoke Tuna Melt
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 25 min.
Love, love, loved this. This elevates the tuna melt to another level! Also, it's super easy! Try it!
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This is soooooooo good! Has anyone tried using basil instead of spinach? Has anyone tried this with ready made garlic bread?
This is super delicious! I love the garlic taste mixed in with the tuna. Sometimes I don't have time to fix the toast and stack the spinach, tomato, and cheese especially if I want to take it in a bagged lunch. So I just eat the tuna mixture with crackers and it is still really yummy. Then I might eat a spinach side salad so I still get my veggies.
My husband and I LOVED this recipe. It was pretty messy, I think we could have made twice as much by just spreading the tuna mixture a little thinner, but it tasted very good. What a great way to use canned tuna and make a great meal!
After it toppled over for me the first two times, I'd recommend cutting the bread in half before sticking it in the oven for the second time. Place the two sides side-by-side to hold each other up. Today I'm lucky enough to clean tuna and tomato out of my oven. :- Aside from that little problem, I'd definitely make it again. :)
This is a keeper. Even my husband liked it!!