6 Reviews

This recipe works very well, though it was too bland for me. That's my personal taste, though, so not reflected in the star rating; could easily be adjusted for each cook's tastes by tinkering with the spices. My husband quite liked it, and we both found it rather filling. I cut it in half and got two generous dinners and a lunch. I had some leftover corn bread, and since ours is quite buttery, dried and crumbed that for the breadcrumbs, and that worked well.

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SouthernMyst January 11, 2011

I split the recipe in half for DH and me, which was a perfect portion. I would use a little more salt (next time 1/2 tsp for a half batch) and DH requested some red peppers. In any case, it could use a little more seasoning next time. Thanks for posting, we'll keep making it.

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LaJuneBug March 28, 2009

I have been planning to make this for awhile now and I'm so very glad I did. This was a very filling meal! I added an extra can of tuna and 1/2 cup more of the peas. For the buttered bread crumbs I added 2 tablespoons melted butter to them. You need a 2 1/2 quart casserole dish as it overflowed a little in my 2 quart bowl. I'll be making this one again for my family. Thank you for sharing this with us. Made for the 1-2-3 Hit Wonders 2007 game.

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Charlotte J March 04, 2007

You had me a "no canned soup," Parsley. :-) This is good, though a bit bland; next time I would increase the salt, and also sautee some garlic along with the onion. Here I used fresh mushrooms, because fresh is better. A yummy dish, thanks!

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HPYCMPR October 21, 2006

We loved this, I sauteed garlic with the onion and used half milk and half and half cream, also I subbed corn for the peas, I made this using leftover cooked chicken breast that I had in my freezer in place of the tuna, it was still delicious! thanks for sharing Parsley!...Kitten:)

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Kittencal@recipezazz August 19, 2006

My boys loved this and yet they {supposedly} HATE tuna! My DH warped their innocence by always proclaiming tuna is only fit for cats. OBVIOUSLY I didn't tell them what was in it. Thank You Parsley!

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lets.eat August 02, 2006
Tuna Noodle Bake