This is my semi world famous tuna casserole

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This is my semi world famous tuna casserole

Postby evilme28 » Mon Oct 06, 2008 1:56 am

This is my recipe for my semi world famous tuna casserole. Well maybe county famous…. Errmmm well my friends like it a lot.

Depending on the number of people your serving you just double or triple up on the ingredients, but what I'm giving you is the amounts necessary for 2-3 people and easily bake able in a toaster oven.

-1 drained can of tuna (I prefer in water)
-1 can whole kernnel corn
-1 can cream of mushroom soup
-2 heaping table spoons of miracle whip
-1/3 loaf of mild cheddar cheese shredded
-1 small bag of large shell noodles

Mix the tuna, cream of mushroom soup, corn, miracle whip, and about 2/3rds of the cheese you’ve shredded in a large bowl. Boil the shell noodles and mix with the contents of the bowl and then spread out in a 8x8 pan and spread the rest of your cheese over the top. Bake at about 375 degrees for about 15-20 min or until it starts to bubble around the edges.
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Postby NightCap » Fri Oct 10, 2008 9:23 am

Thanks for posting this one. Makes me think we need a Recipe Database. Easy ones like this are hard to find.

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Postby EffieRover » Fri Oct 10, 2008 9:38 am

I took out your miracle whip and added a can of peas. Still delicious ... thanks!
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Postby evilme28 » Sat Oct 11, 2008 3:13 am

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Re: This is my semi world famous tuna casserole

Postby cccamper » Wed Oct 15, 2008 5:10 pm

evilme28 wrote:This is my recipe for my semi world famous tuna casserole. Well maybe county famous…. Errmmm well my friends like it a lot.

Depending on the number of people your serving you just double or triple up on the ingredients, but what I'm giving you is the amounts necessary for 2-3 people and easily bake able in a toaster oven.

-1 drained can of tuna (I prefer in water)
-1 can whole kernnel corn
-1 can cream of mushroom soup
-2 heaping table spoons of miracle whip
-1/3 loaf of mild cheddar cheese shredded
-1 small bag of large shell noodles


help, not sure of the measures...
size of tuna can?
size of corn (14-16oz?)
soup (same as corn? condensed or ready like so many are now?)
1/3 loaf mild cheddar ? what weight "loaf"?
1 "small bag" of shells? weight?

too many choices! :) helps those outside the US, too, to have some sort of weight. gives them something to convert.

thanks.. i LOVE tuna casserole or wouldn't ask. i love gemelli pasta for tuna. i call them the "twisted pairs". :lol:
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Postby evilme28 » Wed Oct 15, 2008 11:57 pm

sorry for being so vague on the measurements. I'll repost with the ounces and portion sizes soon.
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Postby starleen2 » Thu Oct 16, 2008 1:36 am

with this post - it is now www world famous :D
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Re: specifics

Postby cccamper » Thu Oct 16, 2008 4:20 pm

evilme28 wrote:sorry for being so vague on the measurements. I'll repost with the ounces and portion sizes soon.


thanks! i always buy Barilla pasta from Italy (GOOD Buy at wal-mart and great stuff) but it comes in a box. for loaf i think of little cracker barrel cheddars.. or else the big velveeta american. i just don't get out much.
i've never had corn in and it sounds bettter to me than peas.

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