- 1 can tuna packed in water (solid albacore, drained and flaked)
- 1 can condensed cream of mushroom soup (undiluted, not the healthy or reduced fat ones – I’ve tried them, and they don’t work for this)
- 8 ounces pasta shells (wide egg noodles, macaroni – whatever you have on hand)
- french fried onions (see Note)
- fresh parsley
- Old Bay Seasoning
Courtjizzle C. 3 Mar 2018
My 4 year old loved this! I added canned peas and cheese and topped it with crushed goldfish.
Brandy H. 21 Jan 2018
It was good, just not a fan of the old bay seasoning on it. I'd probably season with something different. My kids liked it.
Linda T. 28 Oct 2017
No flavor, very bland...any ideas what I can add to the left-overs
Elvira L. 20 Jul 2017
Absolutely great I will add this to my quick recipe list. !!
Lindsey D. 22 Feb 2017
Awesome as is. The Old Bay is a must - this is going in my permanent recipe book & regular rotation!
Nancy Guyton 4 Sep 2016
Loved this casserole. It was so easy to fix. I added the cheddar cheese as suggested. My son likes blander food and I enjoy more spice, so I dusted my serving with Old Bay and omitted it from the casserole.
Anthony R. 26 Jul 2016
Yeah Old Bay is the best seafood seasoning out there. It would be bland if you skipped the seasoning part lol. And I add cheddar cheese also and half a can of young peas.
Shelly T. 6 Apr 2016
I found this rather bland but then again I didn't know what Old Bay was - seasoning? I won't be making this one again.
Karene R. 23 Jan 2016
Great and easy to follow recipe! My kids loved it and they were raving about it. The only thing that I did extra was add a cup of extra sharp cheddar cheese before I put it in the oven. But my family really enjoyed this recipe.