Very tasty and you sure can't get much quicker. I didn't add any milk at all, but just added the tuna with it's water and as I had some fresh mushrooms to dispatch so I just chopped them up and used them up. One other thing I did differently and that was to use Stove Top stuffing in place of bread. Served with a side of fresh greens and dinner was a hit.
very very good and quick nothing is better then that thanks
I agree with Scimietta 99 about the wateryness. Made it as in recipe and found too much liquid. 1 cup frozen peas was simply too much. The peas gave an overpowering taste and could not taste tuna. Good concept but needs tweeking substantially!
nice idea but far too watery for my tastes. i added half/half corn nd peas (all i had on hand) but found there was far too much liquid in this recipe. maybe better 'bulked'out with fresh mushrooms (instead of canned) and a bit of thickening...... definitely worth 'tweaking' as it was very tasty, low fat and used ingredients most of us would have in the house. thanks boomette1
I omitted dill weed. Instead of a can of mushrooms, I used fresh mushrooms that I grilled in a pan with butter. Then I added them to the mixture of tuna. I added cheddar cheese to give more taste. I served it on a toast but I don't like when the toast is soaked. Next time, I'll serve this with pasta or rice. Thanks :)
Reviewed for ZWT3 (Scandinavia). Loved the taste -- it's my mother's old-fashioned tuna-noodle casserole, but without the noodles or all the fat! Very WW-friendly (4 points, including toast). I'm giving it 4 instead of 5 stars because I found it to be very thin and soupy. Next time I'll cut back on the milk, or maybe omit it altogether, just to see if I can give it a little more body. Great flavor!
This is an excellent, quick-to-prepare meal. I made exactly as directed, but next time I'd use a quite a bit less dill and quite a bit more garlic.
This is a very nice, easy and filling meal. It is a quick comfort food that is better for you than most. I used white bread, added some roasted red bell pepper strips (which ended up not going so well with it), salt and topped it with paprika. If I make this again I will only use half the dill as it was a bit overpowering. Made for 1-2-3 hit wonders.
This was good. I used 2% milk and 1/2 tsp Alpine Touch Seasoning. It is salt, pepper & garlic powder. I cut the dried dill weed in half. We are mushroom eaters and this fit the bill. Thanks for posting !
This was really good. I was a little leary of adding the garlic powder, but it really added to this dish. I didn't have canned mushrooms, so sauteed about 4 fresh ones before adding to the mixture. DH had two helpings, so he obviously liked it a lot. Thanks MsSally for sharing.