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.
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!
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!
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.