Convenient comfort food at its very best. This Creamy Tuna Noodle Casserole is a comforting option for any weeknight or weekend meals.
Good Light Lunch
by R. Rita
, Detroit, MI on Jun. 2010
This dish made a good light lunch. I did not want anything heavy and it met the requirement. Good flavor.
Better then mine
by C. Christine
, Thornton, CO on Mar. 2010
I've had a recipe, sort of, that I have used for years. I found this one and decided to try something new. I was kind of surprised how much I liked it. I'm pretty sure I'll be using it from now on.
by L. Lori
, Bowling Green, OH on Mar. 2010
I made this for dinner tonight, but I made some substitutions and omitted some ingredients. Everyone liked it. Instead of the mushroom soup, I used 2 cans of cream of shrimp soup. I thought the shrimp and tuna flavors would go nicely together, and I'm not a fan of mushrooms. I used 2 cans of 1% milk instead of evaporated milk to cut calories. I omitted the veggies and potato chips. I used a 2 1/2 inch block of cheese, first cutting it into slices and then cubing it. I also used 3 cans of tuna and then crushed a few crackers for the top.
I was looking for a recipe without using a white sauce for the base. I will definitely make this again, maybe without the topping.
Real Comfort Food
by B. B.
, on Dec. 2009
Really good recipe, although I added a hand full of frozen peas along with the other vegetables. Freezes really well for a smaller family.
Creamy Tuna Casserole
by P. Patti
, Rockledge, FL on Oct. 2009
I read all the available reviews before I made out my grocery list. I added mushrooms, cheese, the golden mushroom soup along with cream of mushroom and the rest of the recipe.
Thanks for the suggestions! I doubled the ingredients to freeze some and give some away. We enjoyed everything about this recipe and it was so easy to make. There are only two of us to feed so this went a long way! Hubby asked to take in his lunch tomorrow too.
Creamy Tuna Noodle Casserole
by S. Sandra
, Metlakatla, Alaska on Oct. 2009
Quick and very easy........great tasting.
by S. Sharon
, St. Louis Missouri on Sep. 2009
I hadn't made tuna casserole in years. My teenage daughter had never had tuna casserole and I wasn't sure if she would eat it but she did. The recipe was good but next time I will add a can of peas as this was what I put in my very first tuna casserole. I also used cream of chicken soup as we do not like mushrooms.
Tuna Noodle Casserole
by C. Carolyn
, Columbia, TN on Aug. 2009
I've always made my own version of this, but I actually never thought of sauteing celery and onions, but always used mixed veggies of some sort. What a difference this is to what we're used to! Soon I will make a large dish of this and add BOTH the mixed veggies and the celery/onions. Also, using evaporated milk in place of regular milk adds additional richness of flavor. The only change I made was to use whole grain noodles, which adds more fiber but doesn't change the taste.
Creamy tuna noodle casserole
by D. Daryl
, Santa Monica, CA on Aug. 2009
Very good and healthy. You can substitute 1 can of cream of celery soup with 1 can of cream of mushroom soup together for the 2 cans and add 1 package frozen peas to add volume.
Better Than Most
by M. Maggie
, Waupaca, WI on Jul. 2009
A different spin on Tuna Casserole.Easy and fast.
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A gift of love from your own kitchen.
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