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One-Dish Tuna Casseroles

One-Dish Tuna Casseroles recipe
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You can pick and choose from your favorite seasonings, add-ins and toppings in this mix-and-match recipe for One-Dish Tuna Casseroles.
10 min
45 min
4 servings
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Love, love this recipe. I love the flexibility of it. The tuna compliments so well with all of the options.
made with 2/3 lb of pasta instead of 2 c., tomatoes, canned salmon, mushrooms, fozen peas, and 1 c. four cheese/ 1 c. sharp- very good- at was all i had on hand- also topped with french fried onions.
easy to make & tasted great!
I used the tuna, mini penne pasta, sharp cheddar cheese, Miracle Whip, Cayenne pepper and bacon bits. Turned out really good but you must like the taste of Miracle Whip to enjoy this dish.
Everyone who has tried this recipe when I made it LOVED IT!!! I inprovised a little in that I used canned mushrooms and green beans and corn with the tuna, salsa and chips on top option! This recipe is easy, quick, and one of the favorites in my house!
I had to change the recipe a bit to what I had on hand. I used all Cheddar cheese. I used the Gray Poupon Mustard as seasoning. For a change I added chopped pimentoes and topped with Durkee French Fried Onions. Husband enjoyed it. It had a really good taste and certainly different from a Tuna Helper.
My kids did not like this recipe because they could only taste the miracle whip. If I made this again, I would use cream of mushroom instead of the miracle whip. My husband said he did not mind it but also said that I should not rush out to make it again any time soon.
What a great dish! I used corn, black olives and added onions. I used 1/4 cup mayo, 1/4 cup sour cream and the milk. My husband had seconds and said it was a "keeper". Next time I'll try it with leftover chicken.
I mixed the basic recipe with Dijon mustard, peas and olives and topped it with French's Fried Onions. Yummy,so much so that my wife had a second helping. That last is the sign of Yummy.
Delicious! I used shredded turkey, mustard, celery and a frozen vegetable mix with corn and beans. The top was finished with slivered almonds. My boys did not care for the almonds, but loved the rest. Quick and very easy to make using foods in the pantry.
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