Food Fridays on Empty Streets: Cheesy Tuna Mushroom and Herbs Sandwich

Posted 6:53 AM by Mezhal Ulao in Labels: , ,
I felt like a good sandwich today for dinner rather than the usual stir fry and rice meals we've been having. I also felt that I needed a break from the complicated kind of cooking routine today so this kinda felt good to do for a change.

Here are the ingredients:

  • 1. McCormick Herb and Garlic Mix1 Loaf of Gardenia Whole Wheat Bread (you can use any whole wheat brand of your choice)
  • 1 can of button mushrooms (chopped to bits)
  • 1 Finely chopped onion
  • 1 Finely grounded garlic
  • 1 can of Century Tuna in Brine
  • 1 pack of cheddar cheese cut into strips


  1. Prepare the frying pan setting it to medium-high heat and pour cooking into the pan ensuring that the oil is spread evenly in the pan.
  2. Saute Garlic in the pan till golden brown, then add the onions until it is clear or caramelized.
  3. Add in the finely chopped Mushrooms and saute till lightly browned and add in the tuna.
  4. Let it stir and heat up for about 5 more minutes then set aside.
  5. Prepare the Oven toaster and Preheat the oven at 250 degrees.
  6. While the oven is being preheated prepare the bread on a plate and place the stir fry mixture on top and spread evenly.
  7. On top of the evenly spread mixture place two slices of cheddar cheese on each slice.
  8. Once oven is heated place the bread with the mixture and cheese on the grill and heat according to taste (Some like the bread lightly brown to dark brown) A good indicator would be when you see the cheese melt evenly into the mixture of mushrooms and tuna.
  9. Serve Hot on a plate and enjoy the cheesy tuna mushroom mixture.
Hope you enjoyed this one - rather simple but I can guarantee that it is so tasty it will fill yah right up :) Till the next time. xoxo

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7 comment(s) to... “Food Fridays on Empty Streets: Cheesy Tuna Mushroom and Herbs Sandwich”


slavezero said...

yummmmm!!! I love tuna and CHEESE! I wish I can just print this cheesy tuna and eat it hehehe

liza said...

mmmm this one is so easy to do. and it looks yummy!

happy ff!

maria said...

Hi Metz!

This looks so yummy!

Hope you're having a great weekend despite being so busy.


Crissy said...

Hi Metz! Great experiment. My kids love tuna, mushroom and cheese and I think they gonna love this one (with no garlic).

Empty Streets said...

Hi Guys,

awww am so happy that you all liked this little sandwich experiment of mine. It really did taste so good that I made another one today for lunch hehehe :) Amazingly it only took me 10 minutes to prepare all of these things. More recipes to come every friday :) xoxo

George Serradinho said...

Maybe I will even try it :)

I see you are going to be very experimental.

Thanks for sharing.

Empty Streets said...

Hi George,

yayyy heheh you definitely should it is really so much fun to try and very tasty too :) hehehe

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