Macaroni Tuna Casserole
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 20 min.
I'd forgotten about what my husband used to jokingly call "Tuna Bloat" when I made it for our young sons... then today, when I realized that there wasn't enough Mayo to make the tuna, egg and macaroni salad I was intending, I looked up Tuna
Although I added sprinkled seasoned breadcrumbs on top before baking. The family loved it.
This recipe is good, but I think it could be better. I followed the recipe exactly except that I added an additional 5 oz. can of tuna. Next time, I think that I will add celery as well as onion and maybe bell pepper. The creaminess of the dish is very nice.
My husband and I thought this was a great tuna casserole. I loved how simple it was to put togethers and it's usually with ingredients I already have on hand.
I made this dish using cream of broccoli soup and almond milk. It was delicious and easy! My family loved it.
I made this dish frequently while my kids were growing up-- it's SO kid-friendly! I have always doubled the amount of tuna called for in ANY tuna recipe to make sure there was enough protein per person served and this dish was no exception. 1 6-oz. can is hardly enough for 2 folks, let alone 4. I enjoyed the cream of celery flavor--a nice change from the cream of chicken or mushroom that is more prevalent. The recipe is so easy, the kids can help you make it!
I had such a taste for this after I saw the recipe, so I made it tonight!!! I made it according to the directions but used Cream of Mushroom soup. Also added the cheese and some crushed potato chips. It was delicious and I will bet it will taste even better tomorrow!!! An old comfort food re-visited. It brought back memories of my mother!!!
I have made this for years. I also add a can of peas.
this was beyond disgusting. made exactly as written and the whole thing ended up in the trash! what a waste of money.
Great recipe !