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This is a surprising Mediterranean twist on the classic tuna melt, made with canned tuna, chickpeas, olives, and Parmesan cheese.

Source: Everyday Food, April 2005
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  • Allegrabob
    4 MAR, 2012
    Really good. I used canellini beans instead of garbonzo and put in on hamburger buns- a little dry though
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  • patstom
    30 SEP, 2010
    made this tonight, it was GREAT! After the previous comment I was leary to try it on my husband, but he loved it!
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  • sbillman
    25 MAR, 2009
    My husband liked the idea, but hated the outcome. I thought it was ok, but a bit bland. I even used 1/2 the lemon and it was still too sour. I will never make this again, I wasted a lot of good ingredients.
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