Tuna melt potato wedges

Tuna melt potato wedges

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(61 ratings)

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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16th Nov, 2010
Amazing! The whole family loved this one! So easy to make, added some spices to the wedges and it was lovely! Gave the whole thing some extra zing! Will definitely make again, so quick and easy!
31st Oct, 2010
Lovely dish! Very easy to make + tastes delicious. It's good to serve with some vegetables.
24th Aug, 2010
I didn't have any tuna in the cupboard so used tinned salmon instead. It was ok but the flavour of the salmon wasn't quite right, i think it would definately be nicer with tuna and maybe some grated cheese sprinkled over the top. I also made my own potato wedges which were cheaper and probably tastier than the frozen variety.
22nd Aug, 2010
Just tried this for the first time tonight, and will definitely make again. I sprinkled Japanese panko breadcrumbs on top, to give it a bit of crunch, along with a bit of extra cheese. Next time I think I will lightly cook the shallots first though.
9th Aug, 2010
this was yummy but i felt that the wedges needed to be cooked longer for more crispyness, but maybe that was just the type of wedges i used. also, it could have done with some veg or sauce so next time i might add some tinned tomatoes like a few others have suggested. but overall, i thought it was a good quick tea.
3rd Aug, 2010
Quick, easy and tasty - perfect for a mid-week meal.
29th Jul, 2010
Great mid-week family supper. Quick and easy to make and tasty too - what more could you ask for?! Added some cherry tomatoes as suggested and they worked really well.
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21st May, 2010
i loved this dish, i adde spring onion and changed the mayo 4 bbq sauce..it was lush!!!lol!! x
9th Apr, 2010
pretty much impossible to get wrong -throw in whatever you fancy - nice with the wholegrain mustard as someone else mentioned. Also added 4 cloves of garlic. Not the healthiest option - but certainly easy, quick and very tasty.
4th Oct, 2009
Very very very nice! Delicious in fact. Perfect for a coldish Sunday supper after a long walk. We added tomatoes and enjoyed. Next time I think we shall make a salsa or green zesty salad to go with it. Thanks


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