Tuna & Rice Casserole

"My dad makes this...and it is great!"
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  • Preheat oven to 400* and put rice and tuna into casserole dish.
  • On the stove, heat soup, adding the water to it. Bring to a boil.
  • Add peas, stir and bring to boil again.
  • Pour on top of rice. Lay cheese on top.
  • Bake at 400 degrees for 20 minutes.

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  1. Brenda A.
    I added garlic powder and onion powder into the water when I prepared my rice. I also added frozen mixed vegetables into the mushroom soup, along with black peppper to add more texture to the casserole. It was delicious!
  2. Prairie Moon Girl
    I wish the receipe specified to use "cooked rice". I used uncooked rice and as soon as I got to adding the tuna and seen the baking time I figured that I just made a mistake. Needless to say the rice was crunchy and I had to put it back in the oven, at a lower temperature. Once done, there was not much flavor in this meal. Again, I am not rating this 2 stars due to the crunchy rice but because of the lack of taste. It was extremely bland and tasteless.
  3. farmchick 2
    This was good. I used 2 cups of peas, and 1 cup of cheese because that is what I had. I agree with Adam B. that the two stars was uncalled for.
  4. cookinupfun
    Pretty good, my husband loved it. The kids and I liked it too. I did it a little different, I only used half the water and added salt and pepper to taste, then mixed everything and added half the cheese in with everything else and baked, then the last 5 minutes I sprinkled the remaining cheese on top. Turned out very flavorful.
  5. Adam B.
    I enjoyed this dish. The two-star rating Prairie Moon Girl gave was undeserved, as it was her own error of judgement that spoiled the dish for her. I would like to try replacing the Mozzarella with Emmentaler cheese.


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