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Cheesy Rotini and Tuna

Cheesy Rotini and Tuna recipe
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Why bother with a casserole when this low-cal, low-fat, big-flavor tuna-and-pasta dish can be yours in just minutes? You don’t even have to turn the oven on.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
20 min
servings
total:
4 servings, 1 cup each
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posted:
7/14/2008
It turned out very nicely. my kids loved it! It is suddenly their favorite food, so I'm trapped into helping them make it every week!
posted:
6/8/2008
I follow this recipe as written but I double it and only use 3 cans of tuna. It turns out great every time.
posted:
5/6/2008
I like tuna melts & I thought this would be like it. I didn't enjoy this at all. The sour cream made it worse, it just doesn't go with the tuna flavor.
posted:
3/25/2008
the tuna was terrible when cooked in the microwave; my family did not like this at all.
posted:
2/18/2008
This recipe was really good after I had made some changed to it. Instead of the frozen broccoli, I used a bag of frozen peas and cubbed carrots. I also added more Velveeta. Instead of using the microwave, after I drained the pasta I just added all the ingredients to the pan and cooked them that way skipping the need to thaw the frozen vegetables. After the Velveeta was melted, I put it into a casserole dish, sprinkled the top with some cheddar cheese and baked it in the oven on 375 for 20 minutes. Next time I will not put 1/2 sour cream in it...it was a little much. I'll try doing 1/4 next time!
posted:
11/19/2007
I thought it was rather bland and the amount of pasta for the serving is very small.
posted:
10/3/2007
I used mayo instead of sour cream. EVERYONE voted yes on this one. Very easy & tasty.
posted:
9/20/2007
This was an ok recipe. I would probably make it again but with some alterations, it was really bland. I think baking it for a few minutes might help too. But for a low calorie, low fat meal it was good.
posted:
9/13/2007
I did this using one can of tuna and added a little onion powder and french fried onion to the mixture. I also topped it with the onions and browned in the oven and served it with garlic bread. My family really liked it!
posted:
9/4/2007
I didn't have sour cream on hand so I used low fat mayo instead. My husband loved this dish....had seconds...requested I make it again.
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