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Tuna Melt


#1

Take the almond flour flatbread recipe from here: http://velocity.t-nation.com/free_online_forum/diet_blog_hammer_velocity_shugart/lowcarb_flatbread_pizza_crust?pageNo=0

Use rosemary, mustard powder, poppy seeds and sesame seeds for the herbs and spices. Make flatbread, then top with packaged tuna, low-fat cheese, olives etc. Return to oven for a few minutes to melt, then enjoy.


#2

good gawd that looks awesome.

i’m flying solo this weekend and will definitely be trying one of these recipes out. i’ve yet to venture into the world of almond flour.


#3

[quote]cstephens16 wrote:
good gawd that looks awesome.

i’m flying solo this weekend and will definitely be trying one of these recipes out. i’ve yet to venture into the world of almond flour.[/quote]

You are totally missing out. I have been using it for about a year and I make all kinds of stuff with it.

I am going to try the tuna melt, but I gotta say that picture isn’t very appetizing. LOL.


#4

[quote]Icarus wrote:

I am going to try the tuna melt, but I gotta say that picture isn’t very appetizing. LOL.
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Agreed! Made it again yesterday. Not exactly “pretty” but darn tasty.

Shown here with butternut squash “chips.”


#5

Close up of “chips.”


#6

What do you mix with tuna for the tuna salad portion of the melt?


#7

[quote]kingsley6 wrote:
What do you mix with tuna for the tuna salad portion of the melt?[/quote]

Mainly just mayo. I try to find a good olive oil based mayo without a lot of extra junk added. Spectrum brand makes one that okay, although I’m going to start making my mayo soon.

You can then add dried dill, pepper, parsley, a hit of lemon juice or zest… whatever you’d like.


#8

Chris giving me a lesson on tuna melt crust… which can also be used as pizza crust.


#9

[quote]Danielle Shugart wrote:
Chris giving me a lesson on tuna melt crust… which can also be used as pizza crust.[/quote]

“Okay Danielle this is a base crust, you can use it for a tuna melt, a philly sammich, pizza crust, or just do what I do and eat it like it’s a really big breadstick.”

To be a fly on a wall, is he a good teacher?


#10

Philly cheese steak or “sammich” sounds awesome!

He’s a great teacher and a very good influence!

I’m an awful one though. I teach him how to dump entire cans of nuts on top of things.


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