Top Rated Tuna Casserole Recipes

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This is a popular comfort food dish for baby boomers. It's far from gourmet, but it is hearty, heart-warming, easy, quick, and inexpensive. You can substitute crab, lobster, salmon, chicken or turkey for the tuna with equal results.
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juliekutil
Ingredients: 1 8 ounce pkg macaroni or egg noodles 4 T margarine 1 small minced onion 2 T flour 1 1/2 c milk 1 chicken bouillon cube 1/2 tsp salt 1/2 tsp pepper 2 7 ounce cans tuna, drained In 5 quart saucepan, cook macaroni; drain. Keep warm.In a ...
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www.epicurean.com
Cook pasta accordingly, drain & set aside. Meanwhile in a saucepan cook celery and onion in butter or arg. til tender. Stir in the flour;stir in sop and milk. Cook and stir til thickened ad bubbly. Stir in tuna,pimento,and cooked noodles. Turn ...
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citracyde
Tuna Casserole on Wiki-Recipe.org
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anon-nt9m0bju1nk1@base.google.com (Recipe Binder)
Tuna, noodles and cheese...lots of cheese
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anon-nt9m0bju1nk1@base.google.com (Recipe Binder)
Very simple recipe that tastes great! My hubby loves it.
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LDenvir
Ingredients: (Serves 8) (Can use two 8x8 glass casserole dishes 8 oz medium noodles 1 C chopped celery 1/2 C chopped onion 1 red pepper – seeded and chopped 4 T butter 3 T flour 1 can cream of mushroom soup 4 oz mushrooms chopped 2 C milk 2 large ...
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This old American classic of the post-Depression period was as varied as the cooks preparing it. Some added chiles and cilantro for a Southwestern flavor; others used chow mein noodles and cashews in lieu of chips for an Asian touch. This version ...
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www.epicurean.com
Cook the noodles according to package directions (use the minimum amount of time to leave them slightly under-cooked). Drain the noodles and mix them with the soup, tuna, milk & peas until well-combined. Turn into a greased 9x13 casserole. Bake at ...
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anon-nt9m0bju1nk1@base.google.com (Recipe Binder)
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anon-nt9m0bju1nk1@base.google.com (Recipe Binder)
Doesn't taste fishy!
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