4 Reviews

Doubled quatity of elbo macaroni to mre casseole-like. With the tuna, it's a challenge to keep it moist.

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bundi39 August 21, 2001

This recipe is good with either white fish or tuna. My sicillian husband found it a little bland so I substituted roasted red peppers for bell peppers.

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Nancy Joyner April 26, 2001

This dish might have tasted better by either replacing the tuna with a white fish or by adding olives or something. It was also a bit to bold tasting for me.

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Tod Monet April 19, 2001

Wow, this was great! I modified slightly to accommodate what I had on hand: extra onion, less bell pepper, more crushed tomatoes and less tomato sauce (and for tomato sauce I used leftover pizza sauce). I only had 1 6-oz can of tuna and added extra pasta. I planned for leftovers, but my son came by and ate most of what's left! Will definitely make this one again.

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bmnchef December 08, 2009
Tuna & Macaroni Casserole Siciliana