Tuesday, 26 June 2012

Recipe: Tuna Cheese French Loaf ( Baguette ) 吞拿魚芝士法国面包

French Loaf or Baguette is something you can easily get from any bakery. My recipe today is all about French loaf, a light yet substantial pastry can be done so speedy and easy. You may use any meat your preference instead of tuna, for instance, salmon, chicken or seafood. It was happened to be I have tuna chunk in my pantry, therefore I'm gonna post this recipe of <Tuna Cheese French Loaf ( Baguette ) 吞拿魚芝士法国面包 > today, and my niece loves it so much.

1                   French loaf ( cut into 1.5 inches section )
1 tin              Tuna chunk 
5-6 slice        Chesdale cheese ( cut into small part in order to ease the practice of topping )
2 tbsp            Mayonnaise
2-3 tbsp         Butter
1 tsp              Pepper
1                   Black pepper ( as preference )

  1. Cut french loaf into 1.5 inches or as preference. Set aside.
  2. Add 2 spoonful of mayonnaise & 1 tsp of pepper into tuna chunk, mix well.
  3. Spread butter on one side of french loaf as picture shown. ( the thicker butter applies will make more salty taste, lessen the butter if you don't like to be too salty ).
  4. Set a spoonful or more tuna mixture on top of the butter.
  5. Topping every single french loaf with chesdale cheese in small part.
  6. Place into the microwave with custom function for "Pizza", or set approximately 2 minutes at 95'C in manual setting. 
**( Nevertheless it's optional depends on individual preference, if you like it to be more soft texture like me, you may follow the method given, and if you like to have more crispy texture, you don't use the custom function for "Pizza" but "Combination" button for  about 2 minutes. However if you know microwave better than me, please use your familiar method of baking to get your own texture ).

Dadaa...The simple, easy yet substantial refreshment of the day has done so speedy. Have a try ^^

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