Tuna melt potato wedges

Prep: 10 mins Cook: 25 mins


Serves 4
A favourite family supper, perfect as an easy after work treat

Nutrition and extra info


  • kcal487
  • fat28g
  • saturates11g
  • carbs35g
  • sugars1g
  • fibre3g
  • protein25g
  • salt3.15g
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  • 750g frozen potato wedges



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  • 4 tbsp mayonnaise
  • 1 shallot or half small onion, very finely chopped



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  • 100g grated cheddar or Gruyère



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  • 2x 160g cans of tuna steak, in spring water, drained
  • bunch parsley, chopped (if you have it)



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  1. Heat oven to 220c/fan 200c/gas 6. Tip the potato wedges onto a large baking sheet, ensuring they sit in a single layer. Bake for 10 mins. Meanwhile, mix together the mayonnaise, shallot or onion, cheese, tuna and parsley.

  2. Tip the potato wedges into four individual or one large heatproof serving dish and spoon over the tuna mixture. Pop back in the oven for a further 12 mins, until bubbling.

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Comments (55)

Frantic Flapjack's picture

Good midweek meal but definitely needs something crunchy with it. I added tinned sweetcorn to the mixture and served with lettuce and tomato salad.

marola's picture

Lovely combination. Didn't have any wedges so made my own. Changed the mayo for creme fraiche and added wholegrain mustard to the mix. Added cherry toms as suggested. Making it again next week, it's that good.

tonster007's picture

Surprisingly simple yet delicious

plum_pudding's picture

Nice, quick meal, easy to make. Definitely needs something "fruity" to balance the taste, though - a handful of cherry tomatoes (halved) added to the tuna-cheese mixture make it perfect!

radhika28's picture

absolutely delicious!!

zoe1986's picture

mmm, this was yummers!

tuppylove's picture

oh by the way i use tin tomatoes and do a sauce then poor over the wedges slam some cheese on in the oven to brown slighlty then yum!

tuppylove's picture

i have made this time over time its a winner..i always add the tuna last minute(just let it warm in the sauce) and hardly move it around in the pan as when the tuna stays in chunks its like having a meaty dish.. my daughter hates tomatoes but eats this served with garlic or crusty bread .
truly yum!

imabadpixie's picture

Tried with Bacon and 3 cheeses (cheddar, Gloucester and red leicester) - Bacon made it a bit too salty. I also made my own potato wedges, which made this simple dish a bit of an effort.

Will probably try again, but next time with Tuna as suggested (although i dont really like fish my boyfriend said it would be 5* with tuna), and maybe with Ham to get rid of the saltyness.

Worth a try. Served with Broccili.

joanna1's picture

Yummy! Definitely would make it again plus so easy to put together.

annie0176's picture

Very easy mid-week supper - tasty, filling, and you can add ingredients for a change - e.g throw in some cherry tomatoes before baking.

clairetho's picture

I made my own potato wedges and was really yummy. Nice easy lunch dish especially for kids

conarus's picture

Really tastey!

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lnapps's picture

most amazing thing ive tasted in my life.
changed the way it was cooked by pure accident


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