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Tuna, Cheese, and Rice Casserole

User Rating 4.5 out of 5
5 Reviews
5 out of 5 users would make it again
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Love thisOctober 10, 2012 By mh221088
I make this casserole frequently. I like that the recipe doesn't call for canned soup. It's easy and so tasty. I love what the bread crumbs add to the texture. I make it exactly as written, except when I don't have sharp cheddar on hand I use regular and add a bit of salt to the sauce.
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A Very Tasty Tuna Casserole!March 21, 2011 By teachermrw
I made this for the first time this evening for my family. However, instead of the rice, I used broad egg noodles. I also combined extra-sharp cheddar cheese with processed American cheese slices, and combined evaporated milk with regular milk. Last, I topped off the casserole with crushed potato chips instead of bread crumbs. I didn't add peas. It was a very tasty meal. Everyone had seconds. There was hardly any casserole left.
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good casseroleSeptember 22, 2010 By jhp1940
I also used 2 cans of tuna. I also did not have celery so used red pepper. Really good. Its in my Favorite file on my laptop.
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excellent alternative use for tunaAugust 19, 2008 By EmilySprakel
This tuna rice meal is superb! As we are basil lovers I replaced the celery with fresh basil leaves, mixing it in the sauce after pouring the milk, and it was excellent. I decided to leave out the buttered bread crumbs to make the meal ""lighter"" and nobody seemed to miss anything. Using fresh tuna is a healthier option, cooking the chunk of fish in water, oil and salt for a while (just until the water boils) until it is no longer red in colour. I have saved this recipe in my 'quick and yum' file to make it again in the future. Thanks for that.
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Quick, easy & tastyMay 10, 2008 By jet715
This recipe is easy and doesn't take a lot of time. It contains ingredients that you usually already have in stock, which means a lot to me, because I hate going to the store any more than I have to. The only thing I did differently was add 2 6 oz cans of tuna instead of 1 7 oz can. One can just didn't seem like quite enough. I would recommend this recipe!
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