Tuna Ciabatta Melts
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 10 min.
I followed recipe without changes and they were delicious! The tuna is equally delicious served cold on closed rolls as a Sammie!
Delicious! One of my family favorites for Sunday evening.
I think this would be quite good as written. I made several modifications. I used canned salmon instead of tuna and yellow instead of red onion, because that's what I had. I also added a bit of horseradish to my husband's portion since he likes his food spicy. The second time we made it, we added a slice of tomato, which made it even better. We can a lot of salmon each year, so it's nice to have a variety of recipes to use it up. This one will definitely be added to the rotation.
Recipe idea is excellent. I was looking for a ciabatta recipe that was broiled and found this one. The idea to put tuna on it was good. I modified using what I had and omitted mayonnaise as I don't like it. Chopped radish and green pepper were used instead of celery, cucumber, & onion. And orange juice in place of lemon. I also used mozzarella cheese and only about 1 tbsp. per sandwich half, which made it healthier, as did leaving out mayo.
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I liked this tuna melt, the cucumber made it really refreshing and the cheddar was really good on the sandwich.