Tuna melt/wrap

  1. Tuna melt/wrap


    Ive tried making this one night and it was actually very delish

    Ingredients:
    Whole wheat wrap (100cal)
    can of tuna (solid white is the best)
    1/2 cup salsa (the spicer the better)
    fat free cheese (i get the slingles with xtra casein)
    tblsp spicy deli mustard (optional, but it adds a kick)
    some olive oil

    --> 1)mix the tuna, mustard and salsa in a bowl till its blended well
    2) Heat shallow pan with olive oil in it(not too hot or it will start boling)
    3) place the wrap spread out in the pan and rub it on the pan to coat the bottom w/oil
    4) place 2 singles of cheese in the wrap, and place mix on top of the cheese -fold the wrap to cover the mix
    5) place a plate/cover ontop of pan for ~2min-then flip the wrap for aprox. another 1:30-2min
    6) serve and enjoy
    - i usually put some xtra salsa on the side too


  2. this actually sounds kinda good... i may have to try!

  3. ooh sounds nice. I love wraps and they haven't been part of my diet in ages, i'll have to give it a good sometime
    “We are what we repeatedly do. Therefore, excellence is not an act, but a habit.”
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  4. i made two today. i put a can of tuna, some salsa and lettuce in them, i'll let you know what there like after work
    “We are what we repeatedly do. Therefore, excellence is not an act, but a habit.”

  5. keep us updated!

  6. glad u guys like it. u can also sub in canned white chicken for tuna if u prefer the taste

  7. Quote Originally Posted by FlawedGrunt View Post
    keep us updated!
    11B, M or C?

  8. Quote Originally Posted by ABNRanger View Post
    11B, M or C?
    0311 infantry rifleman USMC

    almost re-enlisted in the army for 19d cav scout though

  9. It tastes awesome
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