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Is a blue ribbon recipe. Will use as my only tuna caserole recipe from now on. Only things different, I used half mayo half sour cream and a cheese blend.
I can't believe how something so simple can be so delicious. :) I made this a few weeks ago, and my husband and I loved it. I did make a few changes, due to what I had on hand: I used a package of onion soup mix in place of the onion, and omitted the celery (and the butter to saute it in). Such a change from the bland stuff I was raised on!
My boyfriend makes this for us and company all the time and it is always hit (we never have leftovers) He doesn't use the full 2 1/2 cups of cheese and he found that the potato chips add a little crunch but the dish is just as good when he leaves them out.
This was the best homemade tuna casserole I have ever eaten. I can understand why your Mom got a blue ribbon. I made it with whole wheat noodles, other than that, stuck to the recipe. Thank you for posting.
Used mushroom instead of celery as most of the time that is on hand. Replaced mayo with lowfat yogurt. Yummy and delicious!!!
All five of my kids gobbled this up, even the picky one who was all prepared to hate it loved it! I didn't have the carrots & peas on hand, so I skipped them, I added an extra can of tuna and used penne pasta since that's what I had. I used to think my grandma's was really good, but I have to say, this was awesome!
Another Blue Ribbon for Mama! This really is just too good for words. I didn't want to just make the usual tuna casserole, so after reviewing several choices, I decided on this one. WOW! Who knew tuna casserole could be so soul-satisfyingly delicious? I followed the recipe exactly, except since tuna annoyingly comes in 5 oz. cans now, I just used two of those. I added a little fresh lemon juice to add a fresh spark and a few tablespoons of sour cream and a little more evaporated milk when mixing because it seemed a little onh the dry side. I also did not add all the black pepper because I know from experience that I don't like it too peppery. I used wide egg noodles and after giving it a little taste test when it came out of the oven, I can't stop eating it. Next time, if I wanted to gild the lily (which it really doesn't need), I might add a small can of drained mushrooms and sprinkle some sliced almonds on top along with the chips and cheese. Thank you, BK -- I will never bother with another tuna casserole recipe other than this one.
Made with the following changes: subbed fusili for the egg noodles omitted the celery (had none) Miracle Whip for the mayo frozen mixed veggies for the peas/carrots & added a splash of lemon juice. The whole family loved it - probably the tastiest tuna casserole I've ever made. Thank you!
It was really good! I need a quick, throw it together dinner so whip up before we left for church. I did change some things to make it a bit healthier. I used fat free mayo, fat free cream of chicken soup, my kids HATE celery so I left that out entirely and I ditched the chip topping. I did leave in the cheese. <3 cheese :) Can't leave that out!<br/><br/>It was really good and everyone enjoyed it. Add this one to my recipe binder, it's a keep :)
Love this tuna casserole! I used rotini instead of egg noodles and fresh milk instead of evaporated but kept the rest the same. Amazing and so easy!