6 Reviews

Suggestion: Subsitiution for bread crumbs. You can also use Cereal(corn-flakes), Crackers,and sometimes you can use Corn chips to.

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Patricia Fitzgerald February 12, 2001

Thanks Dancer! I've been looking for a tasty tuna casserole & I finally found one. To enhance the flavor I added Mrs. Dash to the soup mix and a little salt and pepper.

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Buckwalter February 13, 2003

Very good recipe and very easy to make. I used the sour cream substitute and it def. made the consistency thicker/creamier.

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lindsayweiss1 June 22, 2010

Excellent!!! DH loved it! Thanks Dancer^.

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MnM's Mom October 24, 2008

DH's favorite tuna casserole. I don't low fat it for him...but I do use the No-Yolks noodles. I also top with cheese the last 5 minutes of baking.

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yogiclarebear May 03, 2007

It was pretty good. I didn't have peas so I substituted spinach, but the is the only true variation. I made my own condensed soup mix. I would make this again but double the whole recipe bc it barely filled my 2 quart dish. I think I would increase the amount of soup mix and noodles to the overall recipe too. There were "just enough" noodle but a bit more would be welcome. The soup mix on the other hand wasn't enough. Some of my noodles started to dry out bc they were too exposed. I will be making again with those modifcations. Thanks for the recipe.

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grunig December 06, 2006
Tuna Noodle Casserole Delight