Cheesy Tuna and Rice Dish is a tasty variation on the traditional casserole. Delicious, easy to prepare and it's ready in less than 1 hour.
by E. Emmy
, Arizona on Jul. 2011
This was so good. I didn't have evaporated milk so I just reduced regular milk starting with about twice the quantity needed and evaporating it down until I got the necessary amount. The cheese and tomatoes cut down the really fishy taste of the tuna; it was wonderful. I'm about to buy the ingredients to make it again!
Cheesy Tuna and Rice Dish
by P. Patricia
, Palmyra, TN on Apr. 2010
This is really good! I used 2 cups of brown rice which I cooked first. I was out of oregano, but the paprika worked fine added to the cheese mixture - we don't care for a lot of spice so I left out the rest. I used tomato wedges, diced tomatoes would be great - and Carnation fat free evaporated milk. Next time I think I will mix the tuna with the rice and mix a little of the cheese sauce into that, then top with the rest of the cheese sauce. But it is a great recipe - very easy. I'm going to use my leftover rice and make it this weekend for my sons and daughters-in-law to try.
by K. Kelly
, Sultan, WA on Jul. 2009
I made this casserole last Friday night. It was ok. A bit more flavor is needed, so next time, I will try to be bit more free with the flavors. It wasn't as bland as I expected, but needed "something". Just not sure what,
It was ok...
by K. KIMBERLY
, Whitehouse, TX on May. 2009
This was ok..the cheese sauce is really rich..probably from the evaporated milk. It seemed a little dry to me. Probably won't make it again...
by N. NANCY
, Yorba Linda, CA on Jan. 2009
I have tried a similar recipe before without the rice. However, this is far better. It is nutrious and favorful. I would add a 1/4 cupful of salsa to it when I feel like spicy things up a little. A wonderful dish indeed.
by M. Ms.
, Euless, TX on Jul. 2007
This was very good. Never thought I would like baked tuna. I was wrong. I added chopped green peppers along with the onions to my version and it was great. I've added this recipe to my recipe box and will definately bake it again!
by J. Jennifer
, GREENVILLE, NH on Jun. 2007
this is sort of like a new take on an old classic...
by A. Arlene
, Kansas on Apr. 2007
This dish is awesome made just as the recipe reads, but I sub. Spanish Instant Rice for the plain rice and I used 1 and 1/2 cups Picante Sauce instead of the tomatoes. It was fantastic! Tuna with a kick!
by D. Denielle
, on Mar. 2007
My whole family loves this recipe, it has become one of our favorites. The cheese topping is the best!!
cheesy tuna and rice
by T. Tamra
, Evansville, IN on Feb. 2007
we used salmon instead of tuna! my 11yr old just loved it!
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