Tuna melts are a popular staple in American cuisine, but the tuna salad that is inside can vary on personal preference. Instead of the traditional sandwich though, home chefs should spice up their tuna salad by creating delicious tuna melt quesadillas. The crispy tortilla, melty cheese, and savory tuna mesh well together, and to top it all off, you can add a little pico de gallo on the side. You'll want to cook the tortillas on a skillet for about three minutes on each side for the best results.
- This recipe combines cheesy, crispy quesadillas with the comfort of a tuna sandwich.
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- Prepare tuna salad, place it on a tortilla with cheese and avocado, cook in a skillet, then top with salsa.
“Ounce for ounce tuna is lower in calories, fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol than even the leanest cuts of beef and chicken.”