12/06/07 We loved this!! DH wanted tuna casserole for dinner. I didn't want to make the normal one with canned soup. This is so much better. The thyme does add a nice touch but don't use too much because it is very dominate. This is nice and creamy. I didn't have can mushrooms so I used fresh instead. I topped it with mozzarella cheese cuz that's what I had available. This has such a great flavor. Thanks Chill for posting a nice comfort food recipe. Update 07/11/10. DH wanted tuna casserole again...and I thought "I think I made a good one from Zaar" and here it is! I love not having to use those canned soup things. Used the fresh mushrooms again. This time I used cheddar cheese. I think we like it with this type of cheese the best. We just kept saying yum while eating. Thanks for posting a very delicious dish. :)
I was glad to find a tuna casserole that didn't consist of all those cans. The taste was great. It was just a little dry.
Very nice flavor, but mine was kind of dry. I cut it in half to serve 4, but kept measurements true. Maybe it needs more sour cream or mayo.
I really wanted to try this and love it, but I couldn't get past the mayo flavor.
Yummy!! This was the best Tuna Casserole I have had and I've tried a few. I didn't have any mushrooms so we left those out, but still loved it! Thanks it was GREAT!!
This was really good! I'm not a WW, but I am health conscious, and appreciate an alternative to the 'ol soup can casserole. I'll make this one again and again. Thanks for posting.
Finally, a good tuna casserole recipe...and low fat too! I have always made tuna casserole with canned cream of mushroom soup, but this was MUCH better. I didn't use mushrooms, just because of personal preference and I used a can of peas and carrots rather than the frozen peas. Other than those minor changes, I kept everything else the same and it turned out wonderful! Thanks so much for a great recipe!