Tuna Melt — Most Popular Pin of the Week

Creamy, warming and oh so cheesy, this week's Most Popular Pin of the Week is a tried-and-true comfort food.
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Creamy, warming and oh so cheesy, this week's Most Popular Pin of the Week, an easy-to-make Tuna Melt, is a tried-and-true comfort food. Instead of using traditional white bread for the base, the chefs in Food Network Kitchen swap in English muffin halves, and they pile them with a celery-and-onion-studded tuna salad laced with rich mayonnaise and whole-grain mustard to create hearty open-faced sandwiches. After a quick broil in the oven, the shredded cheddar melts into an ooey-gooey blanket.

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