4 Reviews

Bomb Diggigy! Me and my fiance really liked this and ate it all in just two meals. Nice and easy to make to. I'm typically not that good at cooking. I did add some nutritional yeast to the sauce though on my fiance's suggestion.

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Anonymous April 19, 2015

There is nothing of a seafood taste to this dish so I would take "tuna" out of the name. Plus, there is too much liquid to call it a casserole. And the "mashed" chick peas did not mix with the rest of the ingredients - you could taste them and feel them in your mouth. Maybe hummus would work better. It wasn't flavorful enough for all that work. The fried onion/potato chip topping, although packing a huge calorie and fat punch, was the best part, but didn't make the recipe climb out of just 'ok.' I would pass on this one.

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lisalane January 02, 2009

Yummy! The casserole lasted my husband and I 3 dinners! The repeated baking dried it out somewhat but still yummy. It's perfect for us -- I am a mushroom fan and my husband a chickpea fan. I didn't have fusilli, so I used elbow macaroni. I also added nutritional yeast flakes.

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1031445 November 17, 2008
Vegan "tuna" Mushroom Casserole