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Can I hear an amen for a tuna noodle casserole without a can of condensed soup? I must quickly point out that I assume the 2 oz can of tuna is a typo. I used two 6 oz cans. So good and simple. Love the little twists to it like the addition of the jalapeno and the zucchini. I thought it could have used more of the sauce and more cheese on top. My microwave is sooooo old (came with the house) so I just went ahead and threw it into a 11 x 7 pan into 350 oven for about 20 minutes. Worked great. Will make again very soon.

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*Shelly* November 30, 2003

This is very good. Nice change from the same old tuna casserole. Very easy to put together, great for a fast weekend night meal.

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Madson7 October 18, 2006

Made for PAC fall '06. I don't usually cook meals in my microwave, but this worked out pretty well. I did saute the celery and zucchini beforehand, which is a personal preferance. Otherwise I followed the directions. Oh, I did leave out the jalapeno. Don't care for them.;)

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Lori Mama September 26, 2006
Tuna Casserole in Dill Sauce