I loved the potato chips and the hardboiled egg in this one. Delicious and filling. Served it with a side of white rice.
Nicole, you are not missing anything. This is a "noodle-less" version!
Prep time way off; takes much longer than 10 minutes just to boil, peel, & chop eggs! I did miss the noodles! I was looking for a healthier version. Whole grain noodles would've been healthier than chips! So, I'm still searching for a slow cooker recipe WITH NOODLES ; )
I simply love this recipe. I did make a couple of nice changes. Instead of the 1/2 cerely, I used 1/2 cup of Red Bell Pepper chopped. This added taste and of course, color, to the recipe. Because I am fixing food for only 2 of us, my husband & I, cut the recipe in half. Therefore, I used 1 cup of chopped cerely; 1/2 cup chopped Red Pepper. Since my crock pot will only cook at one setting, which is high, I cooked it for 4 hrs. The cerely was slightly crunchy which I like anyway. My husband liked the recipe also. I did take the other reviewer's suggestion and served a side of rice with it. After boiling the eggs, I did take the yoke out and only used the white of the egg. I like to watch our collestrol. By Laura Cummings on Sept. 2, 2011 from Fort Worth, Texas.
It was easy to prepare and I did "like it", but I probably would not make it again. The flavor was bland for me.
With 1-lb of noodles this made 5 servings, without the noodles? What is a serving? One of the problems using recipes here, there is no "standard" serving size. I measured out 1-pint servings. Good taste and texture, kids loved it. Will definately make it again.
This is creamy and tasty and surprisingly thick for a casserole without noodles. However, I found that I really needed bread to go with it - otherwise, it wasn't filling enough on its own. I like garlic so next time I might double the amount.
I was excited to see a tuna casserole recipe posted but this doesn't mention noodles. Never had tuna casserole without egg noodles. So, am I missing something??