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- 1⁄4 teaspoon onion powder
- 1 can cream of mushroom soup
- 1⁄2 cup frozen peas
- 1 can flaked tuna
- pimiento, slivered (for color mostly)
- Warm up soup in sauce pan.
- Add onion powder, tuna and pimento.
- Heat thru and add peas.
- Heat and serve on crackers, toast or popovers.
- Add water until it is the consistancy you like.
- I like it rather thick plus the frozen peas will add moisture to sauce.
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I cooked this last night. Because of the mushroom soup I thought my family may not like it. But they all thought it was great. It is also very filling. I served it with crusty bread rolls. The only other comment I would make is that we prefer our peas a little more cooked. But that is our personal preferance. It has nothing to do with the great flavor of the meal. Bella
I used Cream of chicken soup (i had no cream of mushroom), added 6 tablespoons of cream cheese (leftover), paprika, a splash of italian spices,onion powder, garlic powder, and pepper along with some frozen mixed veggies and 1 can of tuna....Whoohooh..it was sooooo good!! Put it over a toasted Sour Dough Muffin half...fast and soo good- just had to share!
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