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Cheesy Tuna Noodle Casserole

Cheesy Tuna Noodle Casserole recipe
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Didn't make it to the store? Keep these ingredients in your pantry and you'll have a warm, hearty, ooey-gooey casserole prepped in 10 minutes.
10 min
49 min
5 servings, about 1-1/2 cups each
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This recipe was nasty. There was nothing good about it. Yuck!
was just horrid, i think the dressing might be too much maybe
For a tuna recipe this one is GREAT. I used velveeta shells and cheese instead because that is what I had in my cupboard. I also baked it 15 extra minutes so the kids would eat it. They don't like things too creamy. Also, I put french fried onions on the top which made it so tasty. This will definitely be my tuna recipe from now on.
Not much taste to it. I will not make this again and I also had to waste alot of food because nobody wanted to really it it the first night. I would not suggest this recipe!!
My husband didn't really like it. It needs more Italian dressing. The leftovers aren't that great tasting. I threw out about 1/2 of it after it sat in my fridge for a few days. I won't make it again.
Ick! not enough cheese flavor, and frozen vegetables were bland. Couldn't taste italian dressing at all. May as well have eaten tuna from the can. The worst part is all the leftovers, and I hate wasting food.
I thought this was really tasty. The extra cheddar was a nice touch. May need a little extra milk.
Not wnough cheesy and tuna flavor. Substituted the mixed veggies for peas, all I could taste was the peas. It was easy enough to make, just not again for me
I was pressed for time and ingredients and substituted canned chicken for the tuna and frozen corn for the mixed vegetables. Husband was very impressed and even all of the left-overs were eaten!!! I topped with french-fried onions for a little variation. Will definitely keep this recipe in the front of the box!!!!!
very yummy the best tuna cassarole recipe i've ever made. I added crushed Ritz crackers and it was perfect.
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