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Oh Joyful Tuna Noodle Bake

Oh Joyful Tuna Noodle Bake created by Bay Laurel

My sister-in-law gave me this recipe when I first got married, I used it a lot back then. Now my toddler son enjoys this. To add some veggies, I add 1 cup of frozen peas and carrots to the mix. To eliminate the sodium content, I have in the past reduced the amount of salt or eliminated the Worcestershire sauce altogether.

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directions

  • Preheat oven to 350°F.
  • Cook noodles according to package direction.
  • Drain and set aside.
  • Drain tuna and set aside.
  • In large bowl, combine the rest of the ingredients except the cheese.
  • Fold in tuna and noodles.
  • Mix together and pour into a baking dish.
  • Top with shredded cheese.
  • Bake for 30-40 minutes covered.
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"My sister-in-law gave me this recipe when I first got married, I used it a lot back then. Now my toddler son enjoys this. To add some veggies, I add 1 cup of frozen peas and carrots to the mix. To eliminate the sodium content, I have in the past reduced the amount of salt or eliminated the Worcestershire sauce altogether."
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  1. Bay Laurel
    this recipe is perfect comfort food. I loved the flavor the Worcestershire sauce left. I added buttered Ritz crumbs on top for some extra crunch!!! Creamy, cheesy, and dreamy. Thanks for sharing Naner!!
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  2. Bay Laurel
    Oh Joyful Tuna Noodle Bake Created by Bay Laurel
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  3. stimied
    The only major problem with this recipe is the salt content. The addition of 1/2 tsp. table salt after 2 tsp. of seasoned salt and 1 tsp. of W. Sauce and the slightly salty nature of the tuna is over the top. I would not only cut out the table salt completely but hold back on some of the seasoned salt. The rest of the recipe is fine. A wonderful rendition of a budget conscious staple.
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  4. realestatelady
    This was easy to prepare, but my family did not care for it. Too much mayonaise taste and it was salty for us. I am going to keep searching, hopefully finding the recipe my Mom used to prepare in the 50's. That was really good!
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  5. Naner
    My sister-in-law gave me this recipe when I first got married, I used it a lot back then. Now my toddler son enjoys this. To add some veggies, I add 1 cup of frozen peas and carrots to the mix. To eliminate the sodium content, I have in the past reduced the amount of salt or eliminated the Worcestershire sauce altogether.
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