De-Lightful Tuna Casserole
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 25 min.
Used rice instead of the thick noodles, and two cans tuna, extra can cheese soup, too.
Love it but must confess I did not use reduced fat cheese or soup. The fresh mushrooms and pimentos all add to its great flavor. New favorite!
Best tuna casserole I have ever made...and maybe the best I have ever eaten. Made it exactly as recipe instructed and it was indeed DELIGHTFUL! I wouldn’t change a thing.
Whole family loved it including the littles.
This was pretty good, got good reviews from my picky husband and my 5 year old. I salted the pasta water and added a few extra spices like garlic and onion powder so it was not bland for me. I also threw in some thawed frozen corn I had leftover from a soup recipe and topped it with crushed black pepper triscuits because I didn't have corn flakes.
Creamy and satisfying recipe. Only two things I did differently were I substituted chopped sun dried tomatoes instead of pimentos since it was what I had on hand and added a half cup of chopped broccoli to mixture. We had not made this in ages, and we liked this a lot.
I liked this recipe for tuna casserole. I substituted 4oz can sliced mushrooms for the fresh mushrooms just to save some time. It was still very good! I will likely make this recipe again!
Bland. Didn't like it at all.
I've been searching for the perfect tuna noodle casserole...this wasn't perfect...I'm still looking...but overall this was pretty good and until I find the perfection I am looking for I would probably make this again
Didn't have corn flakes, so put French fried onion rings on top-delicious!