Spinach Tuna Casserole

"Count on this rapid recipe after a busy day. Double it if you need to feed unexpected guests who stop by at mealtime."
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  1. In a bowl, combine the first five ingredients; mix well. Combine the mayonnaise, sour cream and lemon juice; add to tuna mixture and mix well. Transfer to a greased 2-cup baking dish. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese.
  2. Cover and bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes or until heated through.

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I doubled everything but the spinach, used plain yogurt instead of sour cream, and corn flakes instead of breadcrumbs (allergic to gluten). It was just enough to feed me, my husband, and our 15...

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This recipe did not doit for me at ALL! The mayo taste and spinach was just too strong. It was like eating grass dipped in grease. Not worth the time or the money to make.

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I doubled everything but the spinach, used plain yogurt instead of sour cream, and corn flakes instead of breadcrumbs (allergic to gluten). It was just enough to feed me, my husband, and our 15...

This makes a lot of food. I think the serving size is incorrect. I doubled this recipe last weekend and baked it in a larger casserole dish and it fed our family of 5 and had plenty of left over...

This recipe did not doit for me at ALL! The mayo taste and spinach was just too strong. It was like eating grass dipped in grease. Not worth the time or the money to make.

the tuna takes over the entire recipe. not that great

While I wouldn't call it amazing or something I can't get enough of, it was good and something different. I suspect I may make it again - with more stuffing. I do like the size it makes. Not ...

i think this recipe was awlful. we doctored it up for over an hour adding milk, spices and we even cooked egg noodles and added those too. the taste of mayo was way too strong. it ended up go...

I really liked this recipe. I added some cooked whole wheat pasta to make it more filling. Also used fat free sour cream and leftover tuna salad from a luncheon. Baked in casserole dish, look...

My husband and I loved this recipe. A wonderful change from the traditional pasta tuna casserole.

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