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Doubled the rice and tuna. Kept it to one can of mushroom soup and added a bit of veg. broth to moisten the rice. Also added a bit of seasoning, garlic powder and parsely and french fried onion on top in the last five minutes of cooking. Enjoyed it for a quick comfort meal.

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Crustee March 27, 2009

Lovely and easy, kept the recipe the same and it came out fantastic, it's a keeper!

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Simonacular April 05, 2010

Tasty and QUICK! Next time I will double the recipe because it doesn't make enough! I thought I was missing a major ingredient! Or maybe just add more peas or another veggie for "bulk". Also, I will use the REGULAR Cream of Mushroom soup next time. I thought the flavor of the GOLDEN Mushroom was just too rich for this mild dish.

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jVo February 15, 2008

This was positively yummy!!! Very simple to put together with ingredients I already had in the pantry. I did use regular cream of mushroom soup. I microwaved the brown rice. Quick, tasty supper. Husband said it was a keeper. Very economical as well....

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CarolAnne in Canada April 05, 2006

This recipe is great! I've made it three times for dinner and it's a hit! I used albacore tuna instead and also a bag of mixed frozen veggies instead of just peas. Doubled the recipe each time and it fit into a small casserole dish and was enough food for two people as a main mean - plus a slight bit of leftovers. I am not a huge fan of brown rice at all - but this recipe combines enough ingredients to make it very tasty! Thank you for the great idea!

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Mstigurl April 21, 2005

I doubled rice, tuna, and vegetable. Omitted peas. Sautéed fresh garlic, purple onion, broccoli, carrots, and mushrooms. Used short grain brown rice which is creamier and chewier and was perfect for this recipe. Used one 14 oz can of regular cream of mushroom soup (gluten free). Added fresh chopped parsley. Seasoned with salt, pepper, and fennel seeds to taste. Omitted bread crumbs and cheese. Yum!

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marathonangels January 13, 2014

I like the fact it was a healthier tuna casserole. I followed your recipe exactly and it came out perfect!! Thanks for a winner!

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nemokitty August 21, 2009

This isn't something that I would make for myself, but I made it for my husband and he said he really like it.. there ya go! I liked it because I had most everything on hand.. didn't have peas, so I used corn instead.. it's easy to substitute.

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mommymakeit4u June 05, 2009

Was a little bit bland and uninteresting for me, sorry :( I'm sure it could be jazzed up a bit, the kids seemed to enjoy it, thanks for posting xx

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Cherlyndria77 March 11, 2008

So, I totally messed up this recipe because I completly forgot the soup ingredient somehow. I used tuna packed in water as well. I thought it was a bit dry, but my husband really liked it...so now we can't wait to try it the real way!

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merrilife May 04, 2006
Tuna, Pea, and Brown Rice Casserole