Friday, 28 November 2008

Tuna, spring onion and cheese on toast


This is such a simple dish that the title pretty much explains all that you need to know. Nonetheless, I will help you out and give you some instructions on how to make the perfect one.

Take two slices of bread.

Toast under a hot grill on one side.

Take out from under the grill. Now turn the grill to a low/medium heat.

Spread half a tin of tuna onto each slice, on the un-toasted side.

Sprinkle with finely chopped spring onions.

Place slices of cheese on the top of the tuna and onion mixture.

Place under the grill, which should now be on a low-ish heat.

Watch it carefully until done to your liking, The cheese should be melted, bubbling and just starting to brown a tiny bit.

Enjoy!



This post has been bought to you via my mobile phone from a packed commuter train, so that is why you only get one picture today!

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5 comments:

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The simple meals are usually the best thing we can have. more recipes are at www.foodista.com

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Ter said...

I love tuna and cheese. It is kind of a comfort food for me since my mom made this growing up. She mixes tuna and mayo, and sometimes puts in bits of celery or onion or pickle... (not necessary) then broils in the oven for a couple minutes.

She also does apples and cheese pretty much the same... thin slices of apple with cinnamon sugar on top, and a slice of cheese over that... it sounds weird but is delicious (: tangy and sweet!