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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.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
45 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
5/4/2005
It sounds delicious and am anxious to try it this weekend.
posted:
5/4/2005
For someone like me who's always on the fast-mode, this is the simplest, delicious way of preparing a light dinner and weekend lunch. Thanks and more like this recipe, please.
posted:
5/4/2005
To many carbs and sodium for my diet. Recipe can be altered may not taste as great though.
posted:
5/4/2005
When i saw this recipe it sounded so good..and very easy to make...I will for sure make it...I like the many options that you can do with it...
posted:
5/4/2005
I know this is meant to be a hot casserole, but I made it cold by cooking, then cooling my pasta and peas - then stirred in the tune and sauce. Yumm! It's a two-for-one!
posted:
5/4/2005
its an easy recipe and i'm sure my husband will loveeeeeeeeeeeeeee it,yummmyyyy!!keep postin such easy and delicous recipes!!!chao
posted:
5/4/2005
My family loves pasta, and new twists are always exciting. I plan to try this with chicken in place of tuna next time. And, the leftovers from an evening meal makes a wonderful cold salad lunch the next day.
posted:
5/3/2005
I used the Grey Poupon, celery, apple, walnut version and served it cold like a cold pasta salad and it was very good, a high class twist on a working class dish.
posted:
5/3/2005
I loved the very EASY recipe I got from you today! I'm really looking forward to trying it with my family in the next few days. Thanks!
posted:
5/3/2005
This recipe is very easy...the thing I like most is its variance appeal. When I was a kid my mom made it silimuliar to this only she topped hers withcrumbled potatoe chips. Variety...just a spice of life.
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