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Crazy, crazy good!!!!! I made this in a small casserole dish, added some cayenne pepper instead of reg. pepper, 'cuz I like this spicy & added shredded cheddar cheese on top......and I ate the entire thing! I couldn't stop. And then I made it again the next day! I hate 1/2 of that, & then had it as leftover the following day. Heated it uop in a skillet, & I have to say: It was better the next day! Love this recipe!
I've tried tuna casserole recipes where they turn out somewhat dry and nothing to remember. This was SOOO good. So creamy and tasty. Made it exactly as the recipe directed. For user Okra who felt they needed to research 6 oz cooked pasta, it means 6 oz of dry pasta cooked...The only thing I added was a light sprinkling of cheddar cheese and mozzarella on top. My boyfriend was amazed from the very first bite and I was too. Will DEFINITELY be making this again. This made it into the book of the best recipes in our kitchen! Thank you!!
First off...I LOVE tuna and noodles. I always have. I always will. Don't ask me why, it's just one of life's great mysteries. This is the best version I have ever had! I never, never, ever would have thought of adding mayo. *WOW* does it make a difference! We did add peas because, well...because peas must be included. (At least we think so.) Thanks for the recipe!
My family groaned when they found out I was making yet another tuna noodle casserole--they don't like them very much. However, they liked this one! First time ever, so I guess it really is the "best ever..."
This was delicious. I made it yesterday for company and everyone loved it. I doubled it for 7 people and all but one serving was eaten. I added peas, corn, and carrots but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. I plan to make it again soon!
How much dry noodles needed to make 6 oz of cooked noodles? I shouldn't have to do research in order to finish following a recipe. As it was, I cooked up 2 cups of dry noodles but could have used more. Taste is very good and it was easy to put together.
I just made this for the second time. Followed the directions the first time (except didn't have any celery) and the whole family raved about it. Wonderful. It's in the oven now and I made a few changes. Add a can of drained peas and a can of drained sliced black olives. Still don't have any celery to add for the needed crunch. I think I'm going to crunch up a handful of potato chips for the last 5 minutes of baking. The whole family keeps asking how much longer until dinner?
This will be my new go to tuna casserole. It was delicious. I think the cream of chicken adds a zip that I never thought of before. I didn't have celery, so I just threw in chopped mushrooms and frozen peas. I used small sea shells as I didn't have egg noodles. Added mozzarella on top. Delicious you will love this. Thanks for the recipe!
The BEST tuna casserole recipe I've ever tried !!! Thanks for sharing !!!! =-)
I absolutely LOVE this tuna casserole! It is by far the absolute best I ever had. I made a few adjustments to match what ingredients I had at home and I also doubled it. I used one can of cream of mushroom soup and one can of cream of chicken, I hate celery so I kept that out. Instead of half a yellow onion, I used a white one since that's what I happened to have in the fridge. I didn't have any peas, but happened to have some frozen edamame (soy beans), so I threw those in. I also forgot to add the milk, but turns out you don't need it. I also never added any salt or pepper. I added shredded cheddar and mozzarella cheese on top and cooked for about 35-40 minutes. I personally think it must be the mayo that makes all the difference. I have never seen a tuna noodle casserole made with mayo before until this one. It reheats well and is still just as delicious. Also tastes great cold as well!