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My Husband Says This Is The Best Weeknight Meal On The Planet!
You know, I have to agree with my husband that a weeknight meal really doesn’t get much better than this. The ingredients are pretty inexpensive, this is super easy and fast to make (perfect for those nights when you literally have No. Time. At. All.) and still the end result always makes your mouth water. Which is why we’re making this at least once a week at our house!
This wasn’t the first recipe for tuna melt I had tried but since I found this over at Uncle Jerry’s Kitchen, it has been the only one I’ve used! Everything; and I do mean everything is perfect in this recipe. The ingredients, the amounts, everything. I don’t think we could ever get bored of these!
The only thing we change occasionally is the type of bread we’re using. Sometimes you just don’t happen to have that sourdough sandwich bread at hand, when the craving for these hits. And that’s the beauty of it – you don’t have to go to the grocery store to for that – just use whatever kind of bread you happen to have at the time!
Recipe and image courtesy of Uncle Jerry’s Kitchen.
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Quick Tip: Be sure to check the amount of mayonnaise depending on the type of mayo you’re using. Light mayo is a little runny when heated.