"This is easy, filling, and can be quick if you omit the baking step, which I often do." — Cat
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1 (8 ounce) package
wide egg noodles
shredded sharp Cheddar cheese
1 (6 ounce) can
1 (15 ounce) can
I made this dish today. It was good, but needs adjustment. I used two cans of tuna, and with 8 oz of noodles, it requires more cheesesauce or at least a thinner one. My casserole was dry. Thin the cheese sauce with milk to make it creamier or use less noodles. I will make it again.
I had to doctor up the sauce with seasonings to get some kind of flavor into it. Also, the amount of liquid stated would have left me with a very dry casserole, so I tripled the sauce and it was perfect. I topped the casserole with buttered Panko crumb and some parm cheese. This recipe has the makings of a good dish, but you really need to play around with it. Thank you Cat!
I never thought I would like Tuna Casserole made without Mushroom soup. Boy was I wrong! This was fantastic! I doubled the sauce and added a few splashes of Frank's to it. I used frozen peas and a big can of tuna and I added a can of mushrooms. So good with a sprinkle of french fried onions on top. YUM! thanks for the great recipe Cat!
this is an excellent base recipe.
i doubled the cheese sauce and also used half cheddar half provolone. i cooked some mushrooms, red peppers, onions, and garlic in olive oil and steamed a little broccoli and added all that in at the same time as the tuna and noodles. i also used two cans of tuna. i baked club crackers and parm cheese on top for about an hour. it was excellent and my boyfriend was excited to have leftovers to bring to work! thanks!
Yum! Yum! Yum! I doubled the sauce recipe, but still only used the one can of tuna and one bag of noodles. I used kraft sharp cheddar cheese in the block- no need to shred, just slice it thin. I used almost the whole 8oz block of cheese since I doubled the sauce. I think the kraft sharp cheddar cheese tastes best -better tasting than the already shredded packs of cheese. I also used frozen peas. Served my family of 5 and still have leftovers for next day lunch.
I will make this again. A keeper! Thank you!
Excellent recipe, I too am grateful to see a recipe for Tuna Noodle Casserole that is made without a can of soup. Definitely tastes "like mom used to make it." Thank you!
This was really good! I was looking for a tuna noodle casserole recipe without the canned soup that has all that salt. The white sauce was easy and good. I added 1/4 teaspoon of garlic powder and onion powder and used soy milk. I topped it with bread crumbs. I didn't have any peas to add and this was still delicious! I will make this again and next time I will add the peas. Thanks!
I made this last night for my family and very picky brother! It was devoured. I liked this recipe because it is a great starter. Add whatever tastes you like...cayenne pepper, salad supreme seasoning, cumin, green chilis, sweet bell peppers, water chestnuts, mushrooms, etc. My kids ate it mild and my husband poured on the pepper and cayenne for more spice and flavor. Even the picky brother had seconds! I also added a heaping spoonful of sour cream just to make the texture more creamy and soul satisfying. Great Job!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Tuna Noodle Casserole I
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 132
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