- 6 ounces egg noodles (wide or extra wide, cooked*)
- 1 can tuna drained and flaked (with a fork)
- 1 can cream of mushroom soup
- 1/2 cup milk
- 1 cup frozen peas (cooked)
- 1/2 cup sharp cheddar cheese (or more grated)
- 1 tablespoon butter
- 1 cup fresh bread crumbs
- grated parmesan cheese (fresh)
|Calories410Calories from Fat130|
|% DAILY VALUE|
|Calories from Fat130|
|% DAILY VALUE|
Biiao Waldahl 22 days ago
Easy and scrumptious!
Susan Rees 2 months ago
Delicious! True memory food. I added a jar of drained mushrooms, which made it even better.
April R. 4 months ago
I have made just the original version with no cheese. I have also made this version. I switch it up that away my husband never knows which version he’s getting. They both are delicious!!
Teller 6 months ago
Threw it away, cream of mushroom soup was liquid and not thick as usual, after I dumped it in the mix it was too late to go back . Cooked for 30 minutes in oven and was soupy and runny. Didn't smell right so I tossed. Next time I'll make cream of mushroom from scratch and hope for better results
Jennifer Kirsch 7 months ago
Turned out really yummy. I added onion to mine and instead of bread crumbs I topped with crumbled ritz crackers (no frying in butter) I will be making this again!
Nancy Poffenberger a year ago
It turned out very well, it was delicious,
Jeff B. 2 years ago
Turned out great I did add mushrooms and I used Pablo breadcrumbs
Bobbi P. 3 years ago
Pretty good. I'd make again. Family and enjoyed and it was an easy fix for a quick weeknight dinner.
Sue-anne L. 3 years ago
This recipe was terrific, I used a large can of tuna and the cream of mushroom soup was also a larger than usual sized can, but for me the extra quantity of fish and soup made a really lovely tasty and saucy meal that was enjoyed over a couple of days. Oh, and I also used penne pasta which worked a treat and added some cream to the milk, ( a bit more than the 1/2 cup stated in the recipe, I know, NAUGHTY.) But this is the kind of recipe that would shine with the addition of herbs, mustard or whatever little tweak you wish to apply. A definite keeper.
Judith H. 3 years ago
This recipe is simple and turned out lovely. I use panko crumbs which I browned first in a pan. Also I add some Miracle Whip for a bit more zip. Nice comfort food.
Jacklyn M. 3 years ago
This was a really nice, quick and delicious recipe! I really enjoyed everything and wouldn't change a thing (except I added more peas!).