Tuna-Stuffed Tomatoes

"'I created these broiled tomato halves one afternoon when I wanted a warm lunch,' shares Renee McGowen from her home in Aurora, Colorado. The addition of chopped celery gives the tuna mixture a nice crunch."
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10 m servings
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  1. Cut tomato in half through the stem. Scoop out pulp, leaving a 1/2-in shell. In a bowl, combine the remaining ingredients. Fill tomato shells with tuna mixture; place on a baking sheet. Broil 3-4 in. from the heat for 4-5 minutes or until heated through.

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I tried this the other day and it was very good. The only problem is the tuna cooked very quickly but the tomato was still very firm. I will try to bake it next time instead of broiling

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it was not g00d

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I tried this the other day and it was very good. The only problem is the tuna cooked very quickly but the tomato was still very firm. I will try to bake it next time instead of broiling

Good idea! I substituted plain yogurt for the mayo and added just a little parmesan cheese. Baked for a little while then broiled the top. Yum!

Great with the addition of onion. A very quick tasty and filling lunch.

Made almost exactly as stated & YUM! Didn't have celery and used diced onion in it. Instead of mixing seasoned salt in w/tuna I sprinkled it on the inside of the tomato. YUM YUM!

I put the tuna-stuffed tomatoes in the crockpot on low for 2 hours and it came out fine. I also sprinkled crumbled butter crackers on top before I served them. My husband and I enjoyed them--the...

Just wanted to say that I LOVE this tuna salad recipe. I love the combo of mayo, dijon, and seasoned salt. I've made this in the tomatoes as directed and also used the tuna salad in a wrap. ...

I omitted the celery and used cream cheese instead of the mayo. SO GOOD! I also threw in some dill.

This was easy and tasty! I made it for dinner and added to the tuna: steamed peas, onions, and quinoa because i had a little left in a box in the cupboard ... served with some "healing cabba...

it was not g00d

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