Total Time
30mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 25 mins

A super easy and inexpensive dish that kids seem to love. My daughters will ask for this over and over again. I came up with the seasonings on my own, as a lot of tuna casseroles just seemed a bit too bland to me. The flavors really seem to work together.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Cook macaroni in salted water till barely done, drain.
  2. In 4 litre casserole dish combine with soup, seasonings, peas and tuna till well blended. Top with cheese.
  3. Bake covered at 375 degrees for about 20 minutes, or till cheese is melted on top.
Most Helpful

I cheated a little further and used a box of Velveeta Shells and Cheese, but still added the tuna, peas, and spices. Was REALLY good. Love the spice combination. My daughter (who doesn't eat ANYTHING with spices) loved it as well, and asked if we could have this dish "EVERY NIGHT" FIVE STARS!!

jessica.seeley April 20, 2009

Great!! Wow the flavour in this is SO different than I was expecting but it was so good. I was VERY apprehensive about using curry powder but it was awesome. I used rigatoni because I didn't have macaroni and I used a cup of frozen mixed veggies instead of just peas. (I always do in tuna casserole though we like it that way better)

I would definitely recommend this

stillsfam November 02, 2010

I really liked this recipe. I used 1/3 real onion instead of powder and since my husband dislikes curry, I combined cayenne pepper, black pepper, cumin and nutmeg to use instead. Fabulous! I think that next time I'll add a bit more onion.

Mama Jenju May 17, 2009