Ready in 50 minutes
A favorite from the 1950's. OK, it's definitely not elegant, but it's very easy comfort food that can come together from items in your pantry.
"Awesome recipe! I changed it up a little though to fit my taste. I'm not a fan of mushrooms so I didn't add the mushrooms and used cream of celery soup instead. Also, I swapped the peas for 2/3 cup of grated carrots. If you're using elbow pasta instead of egg noodles, use about 8 oz. of pasta."- kmthresh
Top-ranked recipe named "Classic Tuna Noodle Casserole"
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Boil water in a large stockpot. Into the rapidly boiling water, cook the egg noodles for exactly 6 minutes. Rinse briefly in cold water to cool, and drain thoroughly.
Place into a large bowl, along with cream of mushroom soup, cheese, peas, tuna, and mushrooms. Mix gently but thoroughly.
(Optional) with a vegetable-oil dampened paper towel, lightly oil a casserole dish to prevent later sticking.
Bake casserole, covered, in 350-degree oven for 45-55 minutes. (Optionally, top with seasoned breadcrumbs and cook another 10 minutes uncovered.)
lauren_h_lowe_3 4 months agoHave made this more than once!
KatLive 7 months agoIt was a little dry, so I'll add some cream next time, and maybe a little paprika, but overall this was very tasty, and will make it again. I served with carrots on the side, no peas.
Tamara42 7 months agoIt was an absolute hit, next time I will be adding more cheese.
rangerwife 7 months agoMy mom used to make this all the time when I was a kid. This recipe taste just like my moms! Loved it :)
PurpleQuagga 10 months agoVery quick and easy to make and even my fussy 5-year old loved it! Will definitely be making again
kathyp23 1 year agoVery tasty
nicoleshay 1 year ago
DawnH14 1 year agoAdded Rotel tomatoes in place of mushrooms. Sprinkled French fried onions on top last 10 minutes. Adds a little more flavor.
marlenymariapaulsen 1 year agoVery delicious :-)
christinebakke 1 year ago