Families are sure to love the creamy texture and comforting taste of this traditional tuna casserole that goes together in a jiffy. I serve it with a green salad and warm rolls for a nutritious supper.
—Ruby Wells of Cynthiana, Kentucky
“None of my coworkers had ever tried tuna noodle casserole. Since we live near the Mexican border, they challenged me to make my version ‘culturally sensitive’ to the environment. After trying this dish, everyone wanted the recipe!” Sandra Crane - Las Cruces, NM
My mom made this tuna casserole through the years...a delicious family dish, but good for any occasion. I often serve it for a luncheon along with garlic bread and a salad. It's quick and easy to prepare, freezes well and makes a complete meal.
"This tangy tuna bake is well received at potluck suppers," relates Ellen Proctor of Great Barrington, Massachusetts. "I've made it with light sour cream and reduced-fat mayonnaise with equally good results. At home, I serve it with a salad and rolls for a quick dinner."
"Our sons really like this quick casserole because it tastes special," says Florence Munger of Malone, New York. The creamy main dish is easy to assemble with pantry items such as canned tuna, egg noodles, cream soup and pimientos.
Older kids can get a jump on preparing dinner by stirring up these miniature tuna casseroles. "Or serve them for brunch with fresh fruit, a tossed salad and rolls," recommends Marlene Pugh of Fort McMurray, Alberta.