Well, today I was really hungry and happened to spot a can of Tuna and decided to make myself a Tuna Salad Sandwich. So I drained the tuna, flopped it into a bowl, added some sweet relish, a little mayo and tasted it. And it was missing something. So I chopped up a half Vidalia onion, added that, tasted it again, and still something was missing. So I zapped a couple of eggs in the Microwave and hard cooked them. (I was lazy and didn't feel like boiling them, but this does work well)
I did have some leftover Hamburger Buns, so I decided a Tuna Melt was in my near future.
I heaped the tuna mixture on the each half of a bun,
then topped them with some shredded Colby Jack Cheese
And they were good.
Tuna Melt Serves 2 or makes two lunches.
1 can Tuna, packed in water
2 teaspoons or so, sweet pickle relish
1/2 small Vidalia onion, finely chopped
2 hard cooked eggs
2 teaspoons Mayonnaise
1/2 cup Shredded Cheese
2 Hamburger Buns
Mix all together and divide among two whole hamburger buns, (4 halves) and top with a couple tablespoons shredded cheese and place under broiler just til the cheese melts. Serve with a nice cold glass of milk.
Just in case you were wondering if all I was going to post about this month were Mexican inspired recipes... Of course you could probably add some chopped jalapeno's to this as well?