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Serve this family favorite with a smart side, such as a steamed vegetable, to round out the meal.
Substitute 1 cup chopped cooked chicken for the tuna.
* Nutrition information is estimated based on the ingredients and cooking instructions as described in each recipe and is intended to be used for informational purposes only. Please note that nutrition details may vary based on methods of preparation, origin and freshness of ingredients used.
Tried this receipt but found it to be too dry therefore used ***** of mushroom soup plus 1/4 cup of milk , 1/3 cup mozzarella cheese, added parsley flakes and a touch of red pepper flakes for taste - put into ********* topped with mozzarella cheese, but could use cracker mix or crushed potato chips as a topping -- bake until melted and lightly browned.
Got a link to this recipe in email today and decided to try to make it with ingredients on hand. Used bow ties (12 oz box) since I didn't have egg noodles. Only had half an 8 oz tub of ***** cheese so rounded out with about 2 oz I had of sour ***** and half a cup of milk instead of the 2 tbsp recommended. Used 5 oz cans one each of tuna and salmon. I saw comments that the dish is "dry." I think the 1.5 qt ********* instead of a 13x9 as shown is key - it's deeper and has a cover. The noodles don't come out dripping with sauce like an alfredo, just nicely coated. Topping with crackers is wonderful. It was too full to stir before topping, though. Only thing I would change is adding salt to the noodle mixture.