11 Reviews

I love this! I skipped the sour cream and used a can of evaporated milk. I also used a can of tomato paste because I didn't have a can of mushrooms. I too added greek seasoning as well as a clove of crushed garlic. I also added some frozen peas. YUM

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brittonandjen November 11, 2008

This was really good. I added 1/4 cup chopped pimento-stuffed olives because I put olives in everything. Thanks!

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Lisa1 May 28, 2007

I added fresh garlic and green onions to the recipe before putting them in the oven to bake. Next time I am going to use fresh mushrooms as well. A great recipe. I liked it a lot b/c it doesn't require a can of mushroom soup like most recipes do. Also instead of parmesan I used mozzarella. My family loved it!

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obagi January 08, 2007

My kids and I loved this casserole. Very delicious! We agree it's our favorite tuna casserole now. I used light sour cream, 1% milk, and smart balance. It was excellent!

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mionld September 24, 2006

After scouring Zaar for a recipe for Tuna Noodle Casserole that out of the blue I was craving, I came upon this recipe. I agree with the others, it is very simple to make. I wanted something more cheesy, so I added one package of shredded sharp cheddar cheese (2 cups) and some green onion that I sauteed in a little butter before adding the sour cream. I omited the mushrooms due to personal preference. It was delicious -- especially the topping! Yum. Too bad it didn't last longer. That's what happens when everyone goes back for seconds, thirds, fourths. . .:-)

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Cristin January 14, 2006

I LOVED THIS RECIPE. Know why??? It was the only one I could find that didn't call for Cream of Something soup, which I was out of. Tasted just as good and I had only half the amount of sour cream it called for so added some cream cheese. Very good. Thanks!

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Che~Sara` March 29, 2005

This casserole might be simple but I like simple. I didn't feel it needed anything else except for maybe an extra sprinkle of salt. I love the breadcrumb topping which gave it a slight buttery crunch.

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JSkizzle March 11, 2004

This was a good casserole. I fixed it up a bit with greek seasoning and fresh mushrooms. I also had some tomatoes from my garden that I put on before I put on the crumb topping...I used freshly grated parmesan cheese which I like better than the dry stuff...My daughter is just 2 so she liked the bland flavour..but it could use some spices..It's very adaptable.

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crymara September 17, 2003

This is not the best casserole but it is very easy and worth the effort. I found that it is done whenever you like it. Cooked a little or cooked a lot tastes fine. I also added a lot more spices because it seemed to be missing something.

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MICHELLE burgard July 31, 2003
Tuna-Noodle Casserole