Soup from the Freezer

Yesterday we had tuna melts and soup for dinner, a favorite weeknight quickie. For the soup, I pulled out a quart of turkey broth from the freezer and a bag of leftover roast vegetables. Heated the broth, added the vegetables, and seasoned with a bit of salt and pepper. That was it! Easy and delicious.

The tuna melts were simple. I mixed mayonnaise in with a couple of cans of tuna. I toasted the English muffins first, then spread the tuna across them, and topped that with a slice of Cheddar cheese. While I was doing this, the broiler was preheating. I popped the tray of tuna melts underneath the broiler until the cheese was melted and voila!

Now if I were making tuna melts for myself, I would have added some extra stuff. Maybe some sauteed celery. Or some capers. In the past I’ve used cottage cheese instead of mayonnaise as well.



  1. Veronika here. I’ve got some time and thought I would read through your archives. It’s good to know that others us cottage cheese in place of mayo as I do. I thought I was the only kooky one!


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