Wednesday, January 02, 2008

Tuna Melt

Lately my favorite kitchen appliance is the broiler. Today I made a delicious lunch with it, and that's what I'd like to share with all of you today.

All I did was take two pieces of whole grain wheat bread and set them on a cookie sheet. I buttered them and then crumbled some feta and parmegiano cheese on the pieces. After that, I drained a can of tuna fish until the tuna was bone dry and flaky. Then I broiled it in the oven until the tuna was browned, the cheese was melted, and the bread was toasted. I ate it with a knife and fork and it was absolutely delicious! Way better than that gross tuna melt I got at Apollo Burger one time where it was just a cold scoop of tuna and cheese between two pieces of bread.

Give this a shot and see if you like it as much as I did.

It's nice to be blogging again.

8 comments:

Cliche said...

I used to make tuna melts in the toastmaster snackster on a daily basis, but everyone complained of the rancid smell that it produced. ALBACORE ONLY!!!!!!!!!!!

Matt and Allison said...

Its great to have you back.

Elizabeth said...

great to see a new blog!

Melissa said...

This post is truly inspirational.

bridgerw said...

I don't think I could handle a hot tuna sandwich, but this sounds like an excellent recipe for people who can.

Benni's said...

Sounds like a fantastic lunch. I'll have to try it cuz I LOVE tuna.

The Murdocks said...

I am ecstatic that you decided to rejoin the blogging world. I can't wait for what this blog has in store. And now I can finally add you to my "list"
p.s. We just made tuna melts last week...they are wonderful.

Cassidy said...

I like to make tuna melts in my sandwhich maker. I think that they turn out perfect. I have never been able to master the broiler. I burn EVERYTHING!