Tuna Melts

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Tuna Melts

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Ingredients

Adjust Servings:
1 medium can canned tuna approx 200g (7oz)
2 tablespoons mayonnaise
1 handful grated cheese I use emmental or gruyere but any melting cheese will work.
1 slice broccoli bread See variations below for recipe or use another Low Carb bread
handful salad leaves

Variations

broccoli bread – recipe over here.

vegetarian – use cooked or canned chickpeas or black beans instead of the tuna. Or use more cheese!

carb-lovers – use your favourite carb-based bread.

hot! – use tuna with chilli oil or add in a small finely chopped fresh red chilli.

different cheese – my favourite is emmental but any melting cheese will work like cheddar, gruyere, raclette, even parmesan.

no mayo – you can use sour cream, melted butter or even regular cream but mayo is my fave.

carnivore – replace tuna with some diced cooked bacon or chorizo.

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One of the best things about discovering my Broccoli Sandwich Bread was being able to start having ‘things on toast’ again without worrying about carbs or gluten. And knowing I was actually getting an extra serve of veggies. Win!

Of course you’re welcome to use your favourite low carb commercial bread if you can’t be bothered baking.

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Steps

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Preheat your overhead grill (broiler) on the highest heat.

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In a medium bowl mash drained tuna with a fork. Stir in mayo and grated cheese.

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Place bread on an oven-proof baking tray or sheet (lined with foil for easier cleanup). Press tuna mixture on top of the bread.

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Place your prepared bread under the grill and leave until the topping is all melted and browned in places.

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Scatter with salad leaves and serve with lashings of black pepper.

jules

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