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Tuna Pan Bagna

July/August 1992

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This Provencal-style sandwich literally means "bathed bread." Though you can eat them immediately after preparation, refrigerating the sandwiches for several hours lets the bread soak up all of the juicy goodness of the ingredients.



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"I have never had canned tuna (at will). No tuna sandwiches, no tuna salad - nothing. I didn't even know there were so many canned tuna choices. Basically, I previously despised canned tuna. But I loved this recipe! My husband did too...
Tuna Pan Bagna Recipe

2 Reviews for Tuna Pan Bagna

03/29/2010
Anonymous

I have never had canned tuna (at will). No tuna sandwiches, no tuna salad - nothing. I didn't even know there were so many canned tuna choices. Basically, I previously despised canned tuna. But I loved this recipe! My husband did too and he doesn't usually like to venture far from his typical dinner fare. It just all comes together in the end and tastes fresh and summery. Perfect for a picnic!

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01/01/2010

I always associate canned tuna with being smelly, but this sandwich was truly refreshing. Do use fresh lemon juice, it makes all the difference.

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