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Quick and easy Tuna Suprise

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Serves 6

Great as a starter or light bite

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Ingredients

  • 1 Large tin of tuna
  • 1 Can of campbells condensed mushroom soup
  • 2-4 Slices of bread to make breadcrumbs or 1 packet of
  • pre prepared breadcrumbs
  • Grated parmesan cheese (optional)

Method

    1. Empty content of Tuna can into moderate sized saucepan and add the condensed mushroon soup
    2. Heat on a moderate flame adding a touch of milk if needed to thin, Heat until hot.
    3. Grate breadcrumbs and add table spoon or two of parmesan cheese and mix (parmesan optional)
    4. If doing as a starter - add heated mixture to individual dishes or a couple of larger bowls if eating as a brunch or tea.
    5. Once in bowl - sprinkle grated breadcrumbs/parmesan over the top and heat for a minute under a grill until top starts to brown. This is a really tasty dish which takes minutes to prepare and is ideal as a starter.
    6. Top Tip - you can add pasta to the cooked mixture to make a tuna pasta bake adding the grated cheese on top but minus the breadcrumbs..

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