Monday, 14 April 2008

Oopsie Tuna Melt Panini

Made the oopsie batter with 1/2 tsp of garlic powder intead of the splenda . Made 4 small rolls and put the rest into a lined loaf tin, cooked it on 130c for 30 minutes and it turned out great. I split it (very carefully with a serated knife), spread the inside with tuna, mayo and cheese and put it in the grill and voila!!! Oh yeah, I buttered the outside of the roll before grilling, just like you do with a toastie.


I would have liked to cook it for a little longer but my grill blew up!!!! Sparks flew, bangs....banged and the trip switch...errr....tripped! So even though I really enjoyed my tuna melt, I don't think I'll be making it again soon! :-(

3 comments:

Sylvie said...

Those oopsie rolls seem to be very versatile. Sorry to hear about your grill.

Sue said...

Those Oopsie Tuna melts look so yummy Tulip.
Too bad about the grill though, I hope your kitchen is intact?

Marie said...

awww touch luck on the grill, but that sandwich certainly looks worth the expense of buying a new one!