tuna fish casserole (old school). Tuna casseroles are budget-friendly and comforting. Tuna casseroles are easy on the budget and always comforting. Egg noodles in a creamy sauce tossed with peas and tuna topped with cheese and crushed potato chips… I like finding out interesting facts about the origins of really popular recipes.
Take a bite of this tasty classic dish for Tuna Fish Casserole. Bake it in a Reynolds Kitchens® Pasta & Casserole Pan for easy clean-up! Today I am sharing an old school classic and family favorite – Old Fashioned Tuna Noodle Casserole! You can have tuna fish casserole (old school) using 4 ingredients and 2 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of tuna fish casserole (old school)
- You need 6 can of tuna fish packed in water.
- It’s 1 can of 32 ounce cream of mushroom soup.
- It’s 1 of non stick spray.
- Prepare 2 of bags 8 ounce each of plain salted potato chips crush both bags medium not to fine.
This recipe was passed down from my grandma and has changed a smidgen over the years but still remains a classic. Old school comfort food at its best! This old time classic tuna noodle casserole will bring you right back to childhood. Budget friendly and easy to double for a crowd!
tuna fish casserole (old school) instructions
- preheat oven 425°F Fahrenheit.
- mix in a bowl (reserving 1/3 bag of chips) chips tuna(drained) and soup spay a 9×13 dish with nonstick spray spread the mixture evenly in the pan then spread the reserve chips all over top make sure oven is hot put into oven for 20 -30 minutes chips can be substituted for saltiness crackers and soup can be substituted for cream of chicken soup.
Today I am sharing an old school classic and family favorite – Old Fashioned Tuna Noodle Casserole! This is one of those old school, nostalgic recipes. Condensed cream of mushroom soup, tuna fish, half of the cheese, frozen peas, sour cream, plus the cooked mushrooms and onions. This classic tuna noodle casserole recipe combines tuna, egg noodles, cream of mushroom soup, peas, and cheddar cheese to make a creamy comforting casserole with a crunchy crumb topping. What does that phrase mean to you?