18 Reviews

Tasty family meal..I have a picky 17 year old son..cleaned his plate...lol =)

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Evie* August 03, 2001

We thought this was just okay. Looking back at the recipe though it looks like I used more noodles than called for and forgot to add the salt & pepper. If I try this again, I'll be sure to add those, as well as maybe an extra can of tuna and some hot sauce. It was fun trying. Thanks for posting.

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zaar junkie November 17, 2010

I really liked this dish! It was simple and very tasty. I didn't change a thing at all although next time I may add a couple shakes of hot sauce to spice it up a tad. I used no yolk noodles and regular mayo.

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soulmatesforever March 30, 2004

I am on a low fat, body building diet and this was perfect. I used 2 cans tuna, whole wheat pasta, no fat cottage cheese, no fat mayonnaise, and whole wheat rye crisp for crumble on top and it gave me the proteins and complex carbs I need. I enjoyed it.

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Meg G May 22, 2003

I followed the recipe as stated but added some no-salt seasoning. It is nice and creamy and the worcestershire sauce adds a nice zip to the dish.

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Andrea in NH October 09, 2008

This was easy to put together and looked very nice when it came out of the oven but was way too BLAND. I omitted the celery but otherwise made as written. It may prove to be a good base recipe to tweak but I don't think we'll put in the time or effort to make it again.

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Mgnbos April 01, 2008

This is a truly wonderful and comforting dish. I prepared this last night, refrigerated and then baked it tonight while I steamed some fresh broccoli. The crackers give a nice golden topping without a lot of added fat. This is nice a creamy and perfect for a hectic weeknight.

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PaulaG January 14, 2008

Very nice low fat tuna casserole! I made it just as written , no changes needed. We liked the cottage and worcestershire sauce flavers in it. It made a good week night supper!

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Derf January 08, 2008

This is a real keeper. From the ratings I expected it to be good but honestly I was wowed. Even DH enjoyed a serving. The flavor is truly helped by the worcestershire which is something I have never added to T.N.C. before. It adds a wonderful depth that is something often missing in tuna noodle. I made a 4 serving amount and 4 servings is exactly what I got.

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Annacia July 03, 2007
Low Fat Tuna Noodle Casserole