Tuna Melts with Avocado

  • fairydragonstar Posted: 06/04/11
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    This was the best and even my DH who is picky loved it...and it was simple and light to make

  • daneanp Posted: 06/14/11
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    This was a good quick and easy weekday dinner and even my finicky teen who "hates" fish, ate it up. Next time I'll cut back on the olive oil by a tablespoon. It just seemed a bit heavily dressed to my taste and that will help cut back on the fat and calories too.

  • KaraZ63 Posted: 06/12/11
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    I will be making this again and again. Great one to have on hand when you are in a hurry and need a meal quick. Super easy! The only revision I made was I used a slice of light provolone cheese on each piece of bread in place of the swiss cheese and happend to have french sandwich rolls on hand so I cut each in 1/2 and it was delicious!

  • WMphillips Posted: 05/16/11
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    I'll never make tuna salad any other way! fresh light, and amazing! and the left overs are perfect in a pita

  • RobinE Posted: 07/14/11
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    My new favorite sandwich: outstanding and easy!

  • jenniferkatie Posted: 07/11/11
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    This was realy great! Even my icky 5 yr. old wh sayssh dosn't lketuna ate half sub sandwich!! Delish wit th meted swiss and toasted bun...made wth a pickle spear an a fruit sald on the ide :) YUMMY!!

  • valthepal6 Posted: 07/15/11
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    Great, but I think it was more like two servings, not four.

  • BrendaLRGale Posted: 09/20/11
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    This was really tasty! A tad high in points at 12, but it was good. I had some issues with how the recipe was written, though. "2 (6 ounce) pieces French bread." Is that 12 oz. total, or 6 oz. total? I went with 6. Should just read, "6 ounces French bread..." "1 (6 ounce) can..tuna." They only sell 5 or 12 oz. cans now. I bought a 12 oz. can and weighed out the proper portion. "...broil for 3 minutes or until cheese is bubbly." It only took about 1 minute before the bread started burning. Not really enough cheese involved to call it "bubbly".

  • tsimpkins Posted: 01/24/12
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    Made this for my mom for dinner and it was and absolutely delish light but filling dinner

  • mmaddox01 Posted: 01/21/12
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    The whole family loved it!

  • steponme Posted: 03/18/12
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    This was so good. Would make a nice light lunch for guest.

  • JenGutz Posted: 04/14/13
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    YUM!!!

  • ahauldri Posted: 04/10/13
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    I was amazed at the flavors that came together when I made this recipe for dinner tonight, I wanted to try something healthy and light this was awesome and now will be added to my own favorites section in my cook book binder. Instead of Swiss I used Boars Head Sharp Cheddar.

  • creamcheese Posted: 10/15/12
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    Agreed, this was fabulous. Used my home-made whole wheat rolls, regular tomato, and sliced instead of shredded cheese. Also cut oil to 1 T. A little tabasco on top after broiling and DELISH!

  • krspie188 Posted: 03/04/14
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    So tasty, simple, and fast to put together! The shallots and dijon mustard paired with the avocado is delicious and the portion size is very filling. I will definitely be making this a staple in my house, served with a small salad on the side.

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