Can't Get Any Easier Tuna Noodle Casserole

"I know, this isn't technically a "casserole," but it tastes just as good and is ready to eat in just minutes. Great for those last minute, quickie lunches!"
 
Can't Get Any Easier Tuna Noodle Casserole created by megaprincessmia
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11mins
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directions

  • Cook noodles according to package directions and drain.
  • Add soup, tuna and veggies.
  • Serve immediately.
  • You can easily substitute your favorite veggies.
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  1. megaprincessmia
    Can't Get Any Easier Tuna Noodle Casserole Created by megaprincessmia
  2. megaprincessmia
    Can't Get Any Easier Tuna Noodle Casserole Created by megaprincessmia
  3. megaprincessmia
    this....omg is soo amazing. i had very little ingredients and this is very great. but the only noodles i had were macoroni nd they word great. just spice it up little nd its wonderful. Its funny i used to have this in daycare a while back and ive been searching for this recipie for a while and ive finlly found it.lol, i know ppl are wondering......daycare...a while back......yea...im 13. nd i looove to cook.!
     
  4. Jimijoe 43
    the title is correct and its a very inexpensive meal. I sauteed chopped onion and celery with it.
     
  5. evegpt
    This is the one I make but I do put it in the oven with crushed cracker crumbs on top. Saltines or Ritz both work well. Add a little butter to the saltines, the Ritz doesn't need it. I sometimes will putcubed potatoes instead of peas too. You can use the canned ones or partial cook some. Capers are nice in this too. Just a couple TBS.
     
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