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I chose this because of how easy it was. Somethings I changed, I added 2 celery stalk with the onion and sweated them in butter , but next will use extra virgin oil with garlic and see. I like the contrast of the noodles and celery. Also I used chicken and mushroom cream soup. Actually by mistake , but was really good flavor. Also because they were 5 oz cans of tuna I used two so total 10. And last I cut off 5 minutes off of the cooking time, added fried onions , and put it back in for another 5 minutes. Again great crunch contrast.

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FobbyBlay December 19, 2008

A wonderful and easy recipe! Hits the spot every time! Sometimes I like to add a little Cholula hot sauce for zing, but it's wonderful as is. Thanks!

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H-grrl December 15, 2008

This recipe was really easy and tasted great. My husband is really picky and thought there were too many veggies in it, but I didn't mind. I used fat free milk, Mirical Whip and frozen veggies (carrots and peas), and bow tie noodles. I also left out the celery. I will definitely add this to our meal rotation and have it again soon! Thank you for posting!

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CherryBerry1727 November 03, 2008

This was excellent. I expect the leftovers to be even better. Thanks for sharing.

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ebbtide October 22, 2008

Yum! Yum! Yum! I DO NOT like fish and so my poor family who LOVES fish never gets to eat it. I have always been able to tolerate a little tuna casserole though. Well this was absolutely delicious! I LOVED it and so did everyone else. Can't wait to experiment with different veggies too...THANK YOU from my whole family.

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WINNIE246 October 20, 2008

I'm not really a tuna fan, but this has changed my mind!!!!! I used 12 oz noodles, so I threw in an extra can of veg-all and another 4 oz of cheese. I also used Velveeta and added a touch more milk. I added a large diced onion and 1.5 celery stalks. I put crushed potato chips on top, it was what I had on hand. This recipe is going into my bi-monthly meal rotation!

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Gin Gin October 13, 2008

WOW! I Love this recipe and will be using it again and again! It was just what i was looking for. I didnt have mixed veggies so i used no veggies. We usually like to use just some peas in our tuna casserole. I will be throwing out my old tuna casserole recipe and replacing it with this recipe.

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Heather Reynolds in Virginia September 24, 2008

Loved this recipe. The only thing I did different was use frozen veggies as that is what I had on hand. Thanks for the recipe.

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Jazze22 September 05, 2008

This recipe is very good. I made it as directed, and will make again in the future with some changes. It was a bit dry, I'd recommend adding more soup or mayo. It was also a little bland, but some black pepper should do the trick.

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Orange_Ember September 03, 2008

I had a craving for tuna noodle casserole and this receipe hit the spot!

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KJG in OH July 06, 2008
Tuna Noodle Casserole