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Two Step Tuna Casserole

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Two Step Tuna Casserole
SERVES
6
COOK TIME
2 Min

You're just two steps away from a homestyle Two Step Tuna Casserole that will have your gang running to the table for dinner! Creamy and hearty, this tuna casserole always gets tasty raves.

What You'll Need:
  • 1 pound rigatoni pasta
  • 2 (10-3/4-ounce) cans condensed Cheddar cheese soup
  • 2 (12-ounce) cans tuna, drained and flaked
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1/2 teaspoon black pepper
  • 1 (6-ounce) bag potato chips, crushed
What To Do:
  1. In a soup pot, cook pasta according to package directions; drain and return to pot.
     
  2. Add soup, tuna, milk, and pepper; mix well. Cook over medium-high heat 2 to 3 minutes, or until heated through. Sprinkle crushed potato chips over top, and serve as is or as a casserole (see Tips).
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I haven't made this yet, but it sounds good. Only two of us here so I'll cut the recipe in half. I'll comment after we have it.

Made this tonight. My wife and I both thought it was very good. It's easy to make and is a quick and easy meal.

My husband hates tuna (I can live on it!!) He would rather have a colonoscopy than eat tuna. I think I would try left over rotisserie chicken and not the canned. The canned chicken is gross. Maybe use one can cheese soup and one chicken soup if the cheese soup isn't to your liking? I think I just remade the whole casserole!!!!

Cook pasta al dente, then mix all ingredients (except chips) pour in a casserole dish. Top with French fried onion rings (like Durkees or French's) Bake @350 F for about 12 to 15 minutes-until onions on top are crispy. For an alternative to the cheese soup, maybe try a reduced sodium cream of chicken soup. Thanks I hope I helped.

Horrible. Don't waste your time or money. Cheese soup taste is gross!!

When my children were small, they loved Tuna Casserole. My daughter as she got older and started cooking some, made what she called "stove top tuna casserole". She used a box of Mac & Cheese (cooked to package directions except she left out butter), added drained tuna and drained peas and carrots. I will have to say, she did good. It was quite tasty. I'm am going to try this recipe, but I think I might try Chicken in it also.

Could you use canned chicken instead of the tuna?

This dish was very, very salty! Also I've noticed that many of your readers keep asking for the nutritional values of your recipes...why do you not include them?

I think everyone can get their own nutritional values for each dish by reading your containers or research on internet. I don't think volunteering recipes requires this type of information. just my opinion, or you can use all low fat ingredients.

it' so sweet.............................and fast made it.

Yes i agree the nutritional facts would be very helpful so you know how much you are eating and if you wanted to add to some lighter you could .

As a "step-up" variation on this, try substituting crushed corn chips or Ritz crackers. Both make a sensational flavor enhancement.

tuna casserole needed more than 1 cup of milk.

What could be easier for a quick and tasty meal!

I love some of your recipes, but I wish the nutritional values were included. Being diabetic and having to count carbs make it difficult without this information. Thanks.

I make a tuna casserole that is outta this world For the sauce i use 2 cans cream of mushrooms condensed soup, 1 big can of tuna, 1 small can of peas and carrots mixed. cook over stove until hot. Put in a casserole dish add chunks of velveeta cheese all through it, Top with plain chips and bake 20 min! We are going to try yours tonight! Thanks for all the great recipes!

How much velveeta cheese did you add to the casserole ?

I can not say this is helpful until I receive the answer

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