This was the best tuna casserole I've ever tasted. I loved the olives, and was surprized that the mustard wasn't overpowering, it was the perfect amount. I did add a little garlic and diced fresh mushrooms, as well as a tsp of grated lemon zest. This is my new favorite casserole.
This is a supurb combination of flavors. I lightened this recipe for the Make it Healthier game. The flavors are wonderful and I am sure the full fat version would be out of this world because the lighter version is TDF.
Very good. Not as dry as the casseroles made with cream soups, but kind of lengthy. I may make again if I have excess time, but not something I will make on a weeknight again. Thanks for sharing.
I loved this but didn't think it was outstanding for the extra work and ingredients it has. I thought I would really like the grainy mustard in it but it was the one thing I didn't really enjoy in it (I used whole grain dijon). I loved the olives. I used yolk free whole wheat extra wide egg noodles and chunk lite tuna. I only had 3.8 oz of pringles so used that with the cheese and only 1 tbsp of oil for the topping. Strangely enough, this was excellent served with another recipe I made Fresh Horseradish Sauce...it was like the missing ingredient! Made for Cookbooks tag game.
Very good Tuna Casserole. I didn't have olives, grainy mustard or heavy cream. For the grainy mustard, I substituted Dijon mustard, and for the heavy cream I increased milk by 1/2 Cup and added 1/2 cup sour cream. It turned out delicious and looked just like the picture. We will definitely have this again.
A wonderful tuna noodle casserole. I left off the olives and not having potato chips used corn flake crumbs for the topping. The ingredients list is lenghty but typically things that one would have on hand. The directions are well written and are easy to follow to create the dish. Something we will have again.