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|Calories420Calories from Fat150|
|% DAILY VALUE|
|Calories from Fat150|
|% DAILY VALUE|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Berryhill 3 months ago
it was great. It needed salt and pepper. but very good. I would make this again. It was simple.
Angela 4 months ago
Good, easy, well liked by the kids-
Brian Bowles 9 months ago
The recipe was good, but did not have a lot of flavor (bland). We will be looking for some ways to spice it up.
Mary 9 months ago
Tasted ok but a little too much tuna for me! I might add more noodles if I make again, and cheese
Michelle Meddings 10 months ago
Excellent! I have something everyone will eat!
Jenn a year ago
turned out great!!! added shredded cheddar to the top and chopped jalepenos and chopper parsley
Martin a year ago
Excellent! just as i remembered my mom making. super easy too!
Angela Collins a year ago
Nice and creamy. Tastes good. Will probably make again. Next time I will add more bread crumbs.
MJ a year ago
Amazing and easy on the labor & taste buds!
Lauren Plante Plante a year ago
One of my go-to recipes; however, needs a dash or two of salt.
Jennifer W. a year ago
one of our family favs!
Sonna 2 years ago
So good! Eyeballed everything but wouldn’t use as much milk. Also used wheat noodles and put more tomatoes in it!
Thomas Rowett 2 years ago
I made this dish. Portions are wrong. Use 16 oz of noodles. 4 cups is a joke. cook four cups and you will understand how wrong this is. I used 13 oz of frozen peas. Once you stir 1 cup of milk with 2 (10.75 oz) cans of soup and 2 (12 oz) cans of Tuna, you will see how 4 cups of noodles is not enough! (Common sense goes a long way with this receipe) These ingredients make a very good tasting casserole.
Collins 2 years ago
The dish came out great, this was the first tuna noodle casserole I made that didn’t call for one or two different kinds of cheese. The flavor was so fresh. I had seconds and my sister in law who only eats small portions came back for seconds. That’s a first for her . I’ve added this recipe to my Yummly dinner box and it will be served on a regular basis in my house
Lisa Herrmann 3 years ago
Needs more noodles or less sauce for my taste, but you sure can't go wrong with tuna noodle casserole