3 Reviews

I omitted the onion and breadcrumbs. This recipe is great with all the veggies in it :) A little bit of cheese would be good in it and on top. Thanks CulinaryQueen :) Made for Market Tag.

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Boomette February 03, 2008

This was delicious! It was very comforting and filling, while still being pretty healthy. It came out to about 4 BIG servings (for me, and I can eat!) This is very healthy as well, as long as you use the lighter version of some of the ingredients. Thanks! I'll be making this again!

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SweetySJD January 11, 2008

This is a very good dish. With the exception of not layering it as ask (dh said that if he was eating tuna casserole it needed to be all mixed together ~sigh~). Aside from that it was by the recipe. The only thing I would change next time would be to use half of the Worcestershire and include the tuna water with the liquid as it was just a bit on the dry side. We both felt that that was a bit strong. I used light soup and fat free evap milk for the cream along with light cream cheese. I enjoyed the use of the mustard and the small amount of cream cheese. The servings are huge. I used the amounts ask for , even to weighing the noodles and we have 4 good size portions. Thanks for posting CQ

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Annacia August 15, 2007
Terri's Tuna Casserole