November 14, 2011

So Easy Tuna Noodle Casserole from The Dinner Doctor

I've blogged here before about my love of the cookbook The Dinner Doctor.

Here is another one of my favorite recipes from the cookbook. Mind you, I have never had tuna noodle casserole before this cookbook.

Ingredients:Recipe:I do love this meal. It is so easy and tasty. A great comfy food.

Some adjustments I made to the recipe:
* I used two cans of tuna.
* I did not have potato chips so I crushed some Trader Joe's crackers that I had on hand.

What is your version of tuna noodle casserole like?

12 comments:

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

I've had Tuna Noodle Casserole a couple times but never added the lemon juice-sounds good:@)

Kris said...

Your recipe sounds a lot like mine only I never use onion or lemon juice. I would imagine that the onion and lemon juice would spice it up a bit. It looks so pretty...to pretty to eat. HA

KRIS

Acanthus and Acorn said...

I love seeing other versions of this. My kids love this meal and I also grew up with it. I add moneray jack or cheddar cheese to mine!

Days at Buttermilk Cottage said...

I used to make a version of this when my daughter was growing up. Somehow, I'd forgetten about it and haven't made/had it for years. Thanks for the reminder! The neat thing about this dish is I usually already have everything in my pantry--except the potato chips which I cannot allow myself to buy, I'm too compulsive about eating them.
Best,
Susan

Tammy said...

This reminds me of the tuna casserole that I used to have as a kid. I've often wished I had the recipe. I'm going to try this! Thanks so much for posting it!!

Corey @ Family Fresh Meals said...

This looks so refreshing.I agree with Tammy, this totally reminds me of a childhood favorite. mmmmmmmm. I would be honored if you would share it on my Recipe of the Week #2 PASTA post! You can post any of your pasta dishes you would like to share. There will be a small gift card giveaway ;) I really hope you come join.

http://familyfreshmeals.blogspot.com/search/label/recipe%20of%20the%20week

debbie said...

never tried tuna caserole before, this looks good, might give it a try!

Andrea said...

Thank you so very much for linking up this super yummy post to Frugal Days, Sustainable Ways:) I'm so happy to "meet" you! I am totally loving your blog and your posts! I really hope you make Frugal Days, Sustainable Ways a part of your Wednesdays! And keep the great posts comin'
Very sincerely,
Andrea @ Frugally Sustainable

Miz Helen said...

A Tuna Noodle Casserole is comfort food for me and your recipe looks delicious. My very best wishes to you and your family for a blessed Thanksgiving. Thanks for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and hope to see you again real soon!
Miz Helen

Amy @ A Little Nosh said...

I love that cookbook. This is basically how I make tuna casserole. Yum! Thanks for linking up at A Little Nosh this week!

D+B said...

Yummy.. This looks soo good. I always make a box kind and i think i am going to stop and use this recipe.. I am your newest follower.. If you would like to check out my blog to that would be so great, and follow me back and facebook too. I will be doing free giveaways here shortly on clothing and mineral makeup :)

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Jennifer said...

Lemon juice is new to me...we just use mac & cheese, tuna, and the cream of mushroom soup! Yours looks yummy!
Thanks for sharing at Show & Share!

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