I love cooking and baking, a lot! Now that I actually have a decent kitchen to do this in, I do it more then I use to. I recently made a really yummy tuna noodle casserole and wanted to share it with my beautiful readers!
It is easy to make and super delicious to eat up. My kids totally loved it, which was great because they are so dang PICKY!!!
So if you are looking for a great, delicious and easy home cooked meal, then this is a great thing to make!
Tuna Noodle Casserole Ingredients:
1 bag of egg noodles
2 can of tuna
1/2 package of frozen peas (or peas)
shredded cheddar cheese
2 cans of cream of mushroom soup
Johnny’s Salt (or salt and pepper to taste)
How To Make;
Boil egg noodles (read package)
drain egg noodles and pour into a bowl
add two cans of drained tuna
add two cans of cream of mushroom soup, Johnny’s salt, frozen peas and mix
pour ingredients into a glass casserole pan and bake in the oven covered with tin foil, at 375 for about 30 minutes
Take out of oven and add shredded cheese to top of casserole and put back in oven uncovered for about 15 minutes or until cheese is melted
You can serve this with hot rolls (I buy the frozen Rhodes rolls at the store, they are AWESOME!!)
Do you have an easy go-to recipe when you are short on time? Tell me, I would love to know!
Vicky Carlson says
I haven’t even thought about this dish in a very long time. I always liked it and I think it’s about time to make it again! Thanks for the recipe!!
this look amazing and delicious
I don’t like tuna, but this looks good!
Donna D says
my husband loves this! He likes it with the cheddar, in fact he ask me to make it again today! Thank you again…
I think Swiss cheese would taste better than Cheddar (but that’s me).
Donna D says
I fixed him some.. he loved it..
I hate fish, I just can’t stand the smell.. but I ate some too, and I have to say it’s the best I ever tasted! TY for the recipe.
Donna D says
This sounds good, I’ve never made a good tuna noodle casserole, I’ve tried but it never turns out very well. I think my husband would love this one, I gotta give it a try.. I have to go to the eye doc tomorrow, I might stop and pick up the things needed and make it for dinner.. TY
Debra B says
I’ve never made a tuna noodle casserole, I always wanted to try it, I love tuna and noodles plus I like one dish casseroles so this is a plan for me to make very soon, my husband is a picky eater so who knows whether he will like it or not but I gotta try it for myself and see, it really sounds yummy
thanks for the recipe,
I have one that I love to make in the crock pot, hubby doesnt really care for it but my kids love it
And Its so easy too, you can vary the ingredients to your liking, “Kielbasi stew”
I use about 6 cut up peeled potatoes (quartered) put them in first, then cut/dice up 2 pieces of kielbasi ( its up to you how you want it cut) its usually packaged with 2 long pieces) any brand is fine, I add one or two cans cut green beans with the liquid and add a can of rotel tomatoes, they are spicy, but I love them spicy you can use regular diced tomatoes instead if you dont like spicy, let it all cook on low about 6 hrs and its so good, since I discovered crock pot liners I love it even more, not much clean up and leftovers are fantastic (if there are any) my friend who gave me the recipe adds mushrooms and carrots or onions too, its kinda like a stew but with Keilbasi,
it gives your kitchen a great smell while its cooking too, I kinda stir it up every now & then to get the potatoes mixed in with it and then enjoy with side of cornbread
Olivia Douglass says
This sounds and looks really good! I cannot wait to try it out. Thanks for sharing.
Brittany B. says
this looks delicious. one of my fav casseroles. 🙂
R Hicks says
this is a great looking and tasty casserole. Has lots of nutritious ingredients too
this looks good! thank you!! :]
Julie Jones says
I have never tried it with cheddar cheese. Sounds yummy! thanks for the recipe. I’ll have to try yours. I make this often because it’s one of my husband’s favorites.
I love tuns casserole but I have not tried it with peas. This is a great idea I will have to try this great way to add veggies
This sounds good, quick & easy! I’m printing it out for my son – he’s 13 & is starting to cook dinner once a week, so this will be good for him to try 🙂
Sarah L says
Tuna casserole is comfort food for me. When I was growing up we would only have it on a night when my father wasn’t going to be there because he didn’t like it at all. I make it about once a month.
When I ate meat I LOVED tuna noodle casserole. My husband, on the other hand, thought it was the most disgusting thing ever. Just goes to show he has no taste! 🙂
Looks delicious!!! I’m saving this recipe and making it very soon. 🙂 Thanks for sharing!
Yummy Kim! I love tuna, so this sounds awesome.
How about some Southern unfried Chicken?
1 broiler-fryer chicken (about 3-1/4 lb.), cut up
1/2 cup Light Ranch Reduced Fat Dressing
1 pkg. SHAKE ‘N BAKE Extra Crispy Seasoned Coating Mix
REMOVE skin from all chicken pieces except wings. Place chicken in resealable plastic bag. Pour dressing over chicken in bag. Seal bag, turning to coat all chicken pieces well. Refrigerate at least 30 min. to marinate.
PREHEAT oven to 400°F. Place contents of seasoning packet on plate. Remove chicken from bag, one piece at a time. Dip chicken in coating, turning to coat lightly. Arrange on baking sheet. Sprinkle any remaining coating from plate over chicken.
BAKE 40 to 45 min. or until cooked through. ENJOY!
I have never made Tuna Casserole before!
One of my favorite and yummiest dishes to make is to add 1 cup of heavy cream (has to be heavy cream, I know it’s fattening but…) with a can of cream soup and pour it over chicken breasts and then bake at 350 for 1 1/2 hours. It is SOOO good. I like to use cream of cheese soup, but the family likes it with cream of chicken, cream of onion or cream of celery too.