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Delicious Tuna Casserole, Recipe rewind, because some things are too good to miss!

Recipe rewind, because in the beginning there is a blogger who has no readers. She still posts great food in hopes that the readers will come..........you can also view it here in the archives.

How does one describe a tuna noodle casserole without losing the listener? There is a certain automatic sense of dread when someone says tuna casserole, even with me, and I know about this one.

And this one is delicious.

I originally found the recipe in Sunset magazine, years and years ago. Like most recipes, you make it your own.

Delicious Tuna Casserole
350 degrees

1 recipe Puffy Cheese Noodles (remember you can make these ahead and store in the freezer)  
OR 2 c elbow macaroni cooked.
1 c frozen peas
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1/2 can milk
1 T olive oil
1 clove garlic minced
2 t dill weed, crumbled
2 T sherry wine
1 or 2 cans of albacore, drained and broken apart not flaked
1/4 c panko or dry bread crumbs
1/4 c Parmesan cheese

Bring a large pot of water to a boil. Add the noodles and boil uncovered 9 - 10 minutes. Add peas and cook additional minute. Drain well, and set aside.

Saute the garlic in the olive oil until soften but not brown. Add remaining ingredients. Simmer 3 - 4 minutes. Combine the noodles and sauce in a small casserole dish.

Stir together the panko and cheese. Sprinkle evenly over the top. Bake 15 minutes.

Serves 3 -4


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10 comments

  1. Recipe rewind - what a great idea!

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  2. Great idea and I just love dishes like this~

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  3. Now that one is similar to my mom's and the memories are sweet. There was no panko crumbs back then though. Thanks for republishing this one.

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  4. This sounds so much better than the tuna dish you featured yesterday! I actually love tuna casserole. It is so old fashioned and frugal. I like the addition of the dill weed; I'll have to try that next time.

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  5. I happen to love tuna noodle casserole. It was one of my favourite meals growing up. This sounds even better than my Mom's (and I loved my Mom's)!

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  6. I'm just one of those people who think they don't like tuna casserole...I'm not even sure if I have ever tried it.

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  7. Never been a fan of the tuna casserole. Maybe I'll try this one to turn it around. Thx

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  8. I really like tuna casserole. And it's one those things that are better the next day.

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  10. Hi Melynda,
    This could be on my table any day of the week. It is very much like the recipe I have, sometimes I just have to have it. Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and hope to see you next week!

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