The walnuts and chickpeas add a deliciously unique texture, but the overall flavor was a bit lackluster. Next time I will add a few more spices to the mix.
Tuna Salad Melt
Comments and Reviews 1-5 of 5
maddypotpie Posted: 08/06/12
carolfitz Posted: 07/26/12
Very good. In the morning made tuna salad to recipe but assembled that night as a two-slices-of-bread grilled sandwich rather than open-face (just too hot to use the broiler). Served with cold gazpacho, pickles & chips.
tjlovescooking Posted: 07/17/12
This recipe takes the lowly tuna melt and turns it into a delicious dinner! I was a little hesitant regarding chickpeas and nuts, but I'm glad that I followed the recipe as written. The only substitution I made was to use shredded triple cheddar, since I didn't have Swiss cheese. I'm looking forward to trying this with the Swiss cheese the next time I make it. I served this along with the Basil Tomato Soup, Southern Living, October 2010 found in My Recipes. This will be added to my weeknight dinner rotation.
blackberrygirl Posted: 06/19/12
Made this for my 8-year-old and myself after work one night and we both thought this was outstanding!! We loved the flavor (used Dave's tuna from Whole Foods. Yes, it is more expensive but the taste is incredible). Plus I loved the addition of the walnuts and chick peas - especially with the nuttiness of the swiss cheese. Really took a tuna melt concept to a whole new level.
skspillman Posted: 06/03/12
I followed the recipe exactly except I used a whole can of chickpeas and used chunk light tuna instead of solid white since that's what I had on hand in the pantry. These sandwiches are a filling lunch to take to work, and the flavors are an interesting blend. I'll put these in my take-to-work rotation.