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We really enjoyed this dish! I substituted chicken breast for the tuna. Used cream instead of milk. Very delicious!

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Amy in Kansas July 19, 2013

As written this was just OK for us. I did make some changes to make it better. I used all chicken broth and no water. I didn't add the milk as there seemed to be way too much liquid. I also added a lot of pepper and salt as we didn't think it had any taste.

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bmcnichol September 06, 2011

i might have done something wrong but this was gross. it had no flavor. my husband liked it but i didn't.

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amanda.coon531 February 18, 2010

This was great, and I adore the one pan cooking method. I did add some seasoned salt and pepper, but I cannot eat tuna without those. And I thought I would add some garlic powder to the bread crumbs. I have to admit I was skeptical, but I shouldn't have been. This will definitely solve my tuna casserole cravings when it is too hot to turn on the oven and when I am in a huge hurry for a tuna fix! Thanks for sharing.

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Michelle S. September 12, 2009

This was pretty tasty. I used reduce sodium soup though so it needed a little extra seasoning( I used some celery salt). I was a bit confused with the directions however. It says it is a Bake but nowhere in the directions does it say to actually bake it. I did the whole thing on the stovetop.

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*Z* July 25, 2009

Good dish, I was able to make it with ingredients in my pantry, so if you need to throw something together that is easy this is the recipe for you. I am going to try it with peas and some frozen veggies next time, make it a little healthier, and a little less salty.

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Rae-Rae April 22, 2009

I needed something quick and easy to take to my Mom. This certainly fit the bill and was soooo good. Great comfort food. I also put it in a casserole dish and baked the cheese and bread crumbs a bit. I kept a little of it for hubby and myself and the rest went to Mom's. Everyone loved it. Thanks for another great recipe, Jeff Hixson.

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Merlot April 05, 2008

nice and easy, ingredients that you have in the cupboard store, kids liked it and it kept warm well for hubby...i doubled it and it was a bit too runny so I just left it in the oven a bit longer thanks so much for posting!

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fairywishes wish July 06, 2006

This was quite good and easy to throw together on a busy night! Thanks for posting.

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Carrie in Indiana May 23, 2006

This is the best tuna casserole recipe I've ever had! I also put mine in the oven cause we like the baked cheese taste. I left out the breadcrumbs cause i was too lazy to bother with it and it was still super yummy! I'll have to figure out how to cut it down for us though, cause it makes a lot. :) Thanks for the great supper!

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hottiecj March 15, 2006
Pasta and Tuna Cheddar Bake