Tuna noodle casserole

There is nothing better than putting a bunch of ingredients in a dish and moving away from it to let it cook. This is how I like Crockpot dishes and casseroles because they don’t need a lot of cooking to prepare them. I would like to share another quick tuna casserole recipe. I love the tuna casserole and this is another highly requested recipe that people ask me for.

My daughter is not a big fan of food with more than one ingredient. The more things there are, the more disgusted she is with the recipe. She likes her meals very simple. She will not eat this recipe.

I have found that a lot of people don’t like tuna. Otherwise, you can always replace it with chicken. I absolutely hate using cream of mushroom soup in my tuna casseroles and anyone who cooks it this way is unlikely to eat it. I don’t care about its quality. Here is my favorite tuna casserole recipe that I would love to share.


2 cans of tuna

1 packet of egg noodles

1 cup of miracle whisk

½ cup sour cream

2 to 3 stalks of celery

1 small onion

2 tablespoons of thyme

1 packet of grated mozzarella

Salt and pepper to taste

Cook the egg noodles according to package directions. Turn on your oven so that it is hot when you put it in the casserole dish. Drain the noodles. Chop the onion and celery. In a skillet, use about 2 tablespoons of olive oil and sauté the onion and celery until tender. Take a 2 liter saucepan and put the noodles and add the cooked vegetables. Open the cans of tuna and drain the liquid. I use tuna in the water. Add the tuna to the pan mixture. Add the cup of miracle whisk and ½ cup of sour cream. Add the 2 tablespoons of thyme and add salt and pepper to taste. Stir the mixture, making sure everything is well together. Add the packet of mozzarella cheese, mixing it with a spoon. Place the pan in a hot oven at 350 degrees and bake until it is bubbling about 30 to 40 minutes. Take out of the oven. I like to serve this dish with hot buttered buns and a green vegetable like peas, green beans or steamed asparagus. I like hot tuna casseroles but some people don’t. I ate this same recipe the cold next day and it’s just as good. I suggest trying it both ways. Enjoy!

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