How to make it

  • drain tuna
  • mix tuna, a couple spoonfuls of salsa and handful of grated cheese
  • if you choose to use mayo spread thin layer of mayo on bread or spray with cooking oil like Pam's olive oil on just one side
  • put bread piece #1 in frying pan moistened side down
  • on medium heat warm till bread is golden
  • put piece number two in pan, moistened side down with tuna mix on top, put already grilled piece on top to complete sandwich
  • take out of pan when the bottom is golden
  • silce and enjoy!
  • great with soup or chips or both

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    " It was excellent "
    trendymoron ate it and said...
    Just made this. It's fantastic. Much love.
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  • pamelanava 9 years ago
    This looks great...thanks!! Btw, have you ever tried Duke's Mayo?? They have it at places like Central Market, Market Street, etc...they may have it at Trader Joes (we don't have those here, unfortunately!) Anyway, once you try it, you will never go back!! Tastes amazingly fresh!
    Have a great day and welcome! I know you'll love it here at GR!
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  • spartansqueen 10 years ago
    if you can handle mayonaise i like to use it instead of pam on the bread to grill it mayo side down. I dont use a a lot of mayo in the tuna or none is ok too. My spartan is a mayo hater.
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    " It was excellent "
    hayleesgrandma ate it and said...
    I love grilled cheese sandwiches and this sounds wonderful, thanks ;)
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  • magali777 10 years ago
    I think this recipe is out or ordinary, I'm going to try it, thank you!
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