Recipe by M J
"Easy, creamy pasta and tuna combined with onion, peas, and red bell pepper."
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1 (8 ounce) package
1 (6 ounce) can
1 (10.75 ounce) can
condensed cream of celery soup
frozen green peas
chopped red bell pepper
salt and pepper to taste
This recipe was just what I was looking for. I had to change a few things due to lack of some ingredients. Here is what I did: instead of cream of celery soup, I used cream of mushroom and added diced celery. I used 1/2 a can of peas, minced onion. Also, after I drained the tuna, I sprinkled onion powder and black pepper on it to let some flavor soak in before I used it. When I added all of the ingriendents to the pot, I sprinkled more onion powder and black pepper to the mix and used about a 1/4 cup of milk. The flavor was wonderful!!!!
Good, but ordinary and not that interesting to look at or taste...but I overcooked the noodles too and that didn't help. It just didn't have much punch to it...
This recipe was so tasty,quick and easy to make that my children are asking for more before they're done! I made the peas a side dish and added four sliced carrots to the stew. This dish is great for when you are in a hurry and have six or more hungry mouths to feed!
I used half cream of celery and half cream of mushroom, because I couldn't decide which to use. I didn't use the red pepper at all, and added some garlic powder to it. I felt like there could have been more tuna, next time will use 1 1/2 or 2 cans. I also sprinkled shredded cheddar cheese and crushed Ritz crackers on top and baked for a while...will definitely try again!
This was a good recipe. However, mine did not have a lot of liquid - so I added 1 cup of milk. It was still not "stew" consistency - so I spread half in a baking dish, sprinkled one cup shredded cheese(I used mozzarella), covered with the other half, then sprinkled with one sleeve of crushed cracked-pepper flavored Ritz crackers. I then drizzeled with 1/4 c. butter and baked for 20 minutes. If you want to follow the original recipe and do not like crunchy veggies - I would recommend lightly sauteing the onion and pepper first.
For as simple as it is, this recipe is quite tasty. I did saute the onion and bell pepper in about a tablespoon of butter, then added the tuna and soup. Since I was using frozen peas, I added those to the boiling water for the noodles to cook. Was a good, filling meal.
I doubled the amount of noodles for a more pasta-like dish instead of stew and this turned out good, onion definitely helped balance out very celery flavored dish. I also added a dash of garlic powder and oregano with a few drops of mustard.
Yummy and easy. I especially enjoyed the crunchiness of the bell peppers - they added a nice dimension to this easy recipe.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Tuna Noodle Stew
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 58
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