In order to ensure our websites, mobile sites and mobile applications are easy to use and up-to-date, we use the web analytics service Google Analytics to understand how visitors use our sites. This allows us to see, for example, which content on our website is the most popular and also to ensure that our content is constantly updated and improved. The information that we collect is anonymous and used for statistical purposes only. These cookies are also used to create profiles or personalize content, e.g. advertisement based on your interests.
In a bowl, mix a tin of tuna with a couple of tablespoons of mayonnaise, season to taste and set aside.
Evenly spread some butter on one side of each slice of bread, then lay one of the slices butter side down onto the grill.
Add the tuna mayo mixture onto the bread on the grill and top with the grated cheddar – be careful not to overfill the bread, as it may spill out of the sandwich whilst cooking. You may have some tuna mixture leftover (perfect for a second toastie)!
Top with the remaining slice of bread, butter side towards the grill plate, and cook for 4-5 minutes or until bread is golden and toasted and the cheese is melted.