Tuna Chip Casserole

Ready in 45 minutes

This is an old one that my mom used to make when I was a kid. Almost every kid I've ever met loves it. It gets prepared and made in one dish and it's fast. Your kids can even help out by crushing the chips for you!

"My parents both had a dislike for Tuna, so I might be one of only a handful of people who grew up in 1980's America without eating a single variation of this dish. Husband ate it, kids ate it, I ate it. It wasn't a show-stopper, but it might be a staple and its dirt cheap and super easy to make!"

- cleverkt

Top-ranked recipe named "Tuna Chip Casserole"

3.9 avg, 9 review(s) 78% would make again

Ingredients

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1 cn Flaked Tuna; drained
1 can (10 oz) Cream of mushroom soup
1 10-oz can Baby Peas; drained
5 fluid oz milk
1 300-gram bag Regular Ruffled Chips; crushed

Original recipe makes 4

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Preparation

Preheat oven to 350.

Place tuna in a 8x8 casserole and break apart. Add milk and mix thoroughly. Add peas and 1 cup of the crushed chips. Mix and spread evenly in pan. Sprinkle remainder of chips on the top. Bake for 30 minutes. Let cool 5 minutes and serve.

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I haven't finished baking it...followed directions...had can of soup still sitting on counter...recipe forgot to mention when to add it!!!
judy_severe 5 months ago
krissy312 1 year ago
My whole family loved it! I used cream of chicken and mushroom soup, and a lil sour cream. And a combo of cheddar and American cheese, and left out the peas.
Srhicks10 1 year ago
I did not have any chips in the pantry, so used pasta. Mixed the mushroom soup, milk, tuna through the cooked pasta and sprinkled a cup of grated cheese on top before baking. Quick and easy meal.
Talofa 7 years ago
Just as I remember it when I was a kid, back in the 40's. This will go under one of my favorites
bastropcat 7 years ago
NightRowan 7 years ago
My parents both had a dislike for Tuna, so I might be one of only a handful of people who grew up in 1980's America without eating a single variation of this dish. Husband ate it, kids ate it, I ate it. It wasn't a show-stopper, but it might be a staple and its dirt cheap and super easy to make!
cleverkt 8 years ago
This recipe tastes much better than it looks. I will make it again, both my husband and five year old son liked it. Can substitute green beans for peas... Very easy to make. My husband just commented again that 'this is actually really good, it really is'.
Barbarata 8 years ago
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RogueXS 9 years ago
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