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I cannot believe I found this recipe. I originally found it in my Better Homes and Gardens red and white checked cookbook and it was an addition printed in the BH&G magazine that you were supposed to remove and put in the ring binder cookbook. The page was dated February, 1961!!! I used to make this when I was first married because we both like tuna and it was quick and easy. Now I am again going to start making it for the same reasons. It is really good with a garden salad and unsweet iced tea with lemon.

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leander34452 April 03, 2012

This was good a little on the salty side but it was expected. I found this in a Goosebery Cookbook and it didn't call for the pimentos. I will make this again because it was easy.

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drinkmore May 24, 2011

I've been serving this for years . . . my kids LOVE it and it makes an ideal quick meal when company comes in. If somebody is allergic to tuna, then canned chicken can be substituted. Use your imagination and add veggies such as peas and such.

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MzRoslyn January 08, 2008

This was a pretty good tuna casserole. The shoesting potatoes were like noodles after it was baked. Easy to make. Thanks Chef#195447

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bullwinkle December 28, 2005

I always made this for my kids..they loved it so did I.no peeling, cleaning, measuring,or pot watching...easy & fast dinner.thanks chef...I'm going to make it now..

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dolores in paradise December 16, 2005
Tuna Jackstraw Casserole