Leftovers are more powerful than you may think.

At the end of the week, we’re left with a sparse fridge and only a mix match of random ingredients. This can make weekend eating more complicated…or more interesting.

Case in point, grilled tuna bacon melts. With leftover (and almost stale) rolls from our chicken caprese sub, bacon from our BBQ bacon beef wrap, and our last two slices of american cheese – we found a tasty way to repurpose them with the help of a few pantry staples that many of you would also have laying around.grilled-bacon-tuna-melt

This simple sandwich is full of multiple textures and tastes! It’s creamy, crunchy, chewy and goes down easy.

small can of tuna (in water)
2 slices american cheese
sub roll
1 tbsp light mayonnaise
1 tbsp dijon mustard
salt and pepper, to taste

1. Drain the tuna and mix with mayo, dijon mustard, salt and pepper.
2. Fully cook bacon.
3. Light the grill.
4. In a sub roll, evenly distribute all tuna fish, bacon, and american cheese.
5. Wrap in tinfoil and place on the top shelf of the grill (away from direct flame) for about 10 minutes.
6. Take out of the tinfoil, and enjoy!

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