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You are right, this doesn't look like it would taste that good but I have enjoyed your other recipes (I love garlic too) so I thought I would try this one and it was very good. I liked this because I had everything already except I used egg noodles (flat noodles) because I didn't have the other kind. I almost didn't put chips on top but I'm glad I did. I always have a lot of tuna so I will be sure to make this again. Thank you.

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foodlover May 04, 2002

Would you believe this is the first time I have ever made Tuna Casserole? I can now see what the attraction is to pantry-based cooking. I had no peas, but had frozen spinach -- what the heck! It tasted great, it was easy, and it tasted even better cold the next day. My only regret really was that I had no potato chips to crumble on top, because even though it sounds wierd I know it would work!

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Gay Gilmore May 18, 2002

I've never made a tuna casserole before and this recipe looked easy. It was! I didnt have any canned mushrooms on hand so I didnt add those but I did add some frozen brocolli to give it color and some extra nutrients. It was very good! I'll make it again!

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sour_girl_2697 January 28, 2009

Simple, fast and tasty is my rating for this recipe. Oh sure, you could doctor this recipe up for adults, but I needed something fast that the kids would eat. You could add green peppers, oinons and peas for adults, but then the kids would not eat it. I added 1/2 soup can of milk and I thought it could have used maybe 1/4 can more. The only thing I'd change on this KID FRIENDLY recipe would be the addition of 1 cup frozen peas. Thanks Risë, this is a keeper.

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Charlotte J August 27, 2004
Tuna Casserole - the Easy Way