Campbell's® Tuna Noodle Casserole
Campbell's® Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup flavors a creamy sauce that is mixed with tuna, egg noodles and peas, topped with a crunchy bread crumb topping and baked to perfection.
Campbell's® Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup flavors a creamy sauce that is mixed with tuna, egg noodles and peas, topped with a crunchy bread crumb topping and baked to perfection.
i love this meal. But I did make changes. I used french fried onion rings broken up into small pieces. I mixed this with the noodles, milk. Peas and tuna. At the end I added cheese and more french fried onion rings. Quick and easy for a comfort meal on a cold day in Ohio.Read More
i love this meal. But I did make changes. I used french fried onion rings broken up into small pieces. I mixed this with the noodles, milk. Peas and tuna. At the end I added cheese and more french fried onion rings. Quick and easy for a comfort meal on a cold day in Ohio.
I totally love this recipe, but I also recommend doubling the breadcrumb ingredients. And I made it with 1 can of cream of celery and one can of cream of mushrooms, since I'm not crazy about mushrooms.
Great!! I use 1 can mushroom and one can celery, and season it. I also use potato chips and cheddar on top! Love this recipe!!
Wonderful recipe,of course everything made at Campbell's is good.This recipe was easy to half and I used Lay's potato chips instead of bread crumbs.
Pretty bland so you have to add some seasonings. NOT potato chips, bacon, sausage and all the other garbage people are adding to make it a Fat Tuesday meal. Jeeeeez.
My husband LOVES this recipe. It is his all time favorite thing to eat. He even eats it as leftovers which he rarely does. I f i ever want to surprise him make this dish and recive the biggest hug!
My boyfriend loves this one!! I add more tuna and peas. I also add more milk before serving and when reheating so it's creamier.
We really liked this recipe. I added frozen zucchini and spinach to give some extra nutrition. The spinach didn't affect the flavor too much, might be a good way to trick kids into eating more veggies. Just the thing for a winter's night after work when you're too tired to stand in front of the stove. Just throw the ingredients in there, stir it and pop it in the oven.
This recipe is good but with a few extras its amazing!!! I followed the directions but I used one can tuna one can chicken then I read some reviews and added some seasonings: garlic powder, Italian seasoning and some pepper (an even layer of each over the casserole) and I added 1 finely chopped shallot (from another review) and french's fried onion, I mixed them inside and I put the rest on top. I used canned carrots, peas, and frozen corn (because that's what I had in the cabinet). I used shelled pasta instead of egg noodle as well. And I topped it with Cheddar and parmesan the last five min. IT WAS AMAZING!!! AND MY PICKY 4 YR. OLD LOVED IT! thank you for the reviews everyone they helped alot! This recipe is a keeper!!!
My whole family loved it! We used cheese and bread crumbs.
Childhood favorite but adding crushed potato chips makes it true to childhood and adds salty crispness! Also using low fat evaporated milk instead of regular or skim adds to the richness of the flavor.
This is a great base recipe. I'm not a fan of peas, so I exchanged for corn. I added another can of tuna, can of mushrooms, thyme, dill weed, lemon pepper, garlic pepper, chopped onions, cubed Velveeta, parmasan and garlic salt. The topping I used Italian bread crumbs, buttery crackers, French fried onions, parmasan and butter. I baked it for 20-25 minutes rather than the 30 due to the butter burning the topping. That's the best thing about this recipe, it gives you a base, then you start smelling your spices and thinking "mmm yes, that would taste good too".
Why do people give low ratings for blandness? It's up the the individual to jazz it up a little, if needed. I used lowfat evaporated milk, Healthy Choice crm. of mushroom soup, wholegrain pasta bow ties insted of egg noodles, half the peas. I added a chopped shallot and celery stalk, several chopped mushrooms, all sauteed first. I also tossed in some thyme and cracked pepper, and lastly tripled the crumbs and added grated romano. It was terrific!!
The flavor was very good. I think this is a great basic recipe. However, it was slightly dry, in part due to the high cooking temp. Next time, I will reduce the cooking temp to 350 and add a bit more milk. I did add some sauteed celery & onion.
I've noticed a lot of cooks were saying the casserole came out dry. The recipe dose not say whether to cover with a lid or foil. Cover the casserole and remove when adding the crumbs. Go Cooks !!!!!
Excellent basic recipe that I have been using for years. Everyone has their own taste for spicing dishes up, so I do add garlic powder, chopped onion, and black pepper. I have always topped this casserole dish with crushed potato chips.
I cooked 1/2 onion and 3 cloves of garlic in butter, once they browned I added fresh mushrooms and sauteed. I added 2 cups of milk and mushroom soup in the pan, then added peas and corn and brought to a boil. Poured this over the noodles and tuna and mixed it all up and sprinkled some cheese and put it in the oven. It was fantastic!! Everyone loved it.
This was good. I omitted the peas because we aren't fans and added cheddar sour cream crushed potato chips as the topping. Easy and inexpensive meal. Thanks for the post.
I gave this recipe 5 stars with the modifications. I used 1 can of cream of mushroom and 1 can of cream of chicken, I also fried up some chopped celery and onion and added that to the recipe. Also, used whole wheat fuslli pasta instead of egg noodles as I didn't have any. Very good the whole family enjoyed it including my 18 month old :)
We use cut up chicken instead of tuna and whatever cream soups we have on hand. But we really like this in our house. My kids gobble it up. I add 2T of Parmesan cheese to the breadcrumbs and it adds some nice flavor.
A tad on the bland side, but nonetheless still a great basic recipe. Next time I might add different veggies (mushrooms, celery) or cheese, or decrease the peas.
This recipe is awesome! I only added some garlic powder and dried chili flakes....just cause everythign to me is better with garlic and some heat. I'm glad i doubled the recipe i'm gonna pack in my lunch all weekend long :P yummo
This is one of the first meals I ever made when I first started cooking! I usually add a cup of shredded cheddar to make it cheesy. I don't like peas, so I just omit them and add a drained can of corn. Really simple and super filling.
Beware of this bland an uninteresting dish. Not a chance I'll make it again.
edible but really not for us. I won't make this again.
I was out of noodles so I used macaroni instead. I am allergic to seafood so I used 80% lean hamburg and I never have cream of mushroom so I substituted tomato paste. It tasted a bit bland when I put it in the casserole dish so I added some garlic, catsup, salt, peanuts and alfalfa. What a disappointment!! =
While I love this, I cannot have mushrooms of any type. I use cream of celery, as my family likes celery in this dish. I wish more companies could give alternatives for those of us with food allergies, sometimes, I have to guess what would work in a dish if it has an ingredient such as the mushroom soup.
This is pretty tasty! My family enjoyed it too. Thanks :)
Bland. Needs a lot of doctoring up before I will make it again.
This was good, for your basic, bare-bones tuna noodle casserole. Kind of bland. But I prefer my bf's version: elbow noodles, mayonaise, cream of mushroom, peas, tuna, crushed ripple chips and topped with cheddar cheese..yummy!
Meh. I make it for my husband. Seems bland. Will triple the crispy topping next time. Needs spices and flavoring. I halve it as it is made for just one person.
I made this tonight for dinner. I used crushed Ritz crackers mixed with butter for the topping. I made a couple of modifications. I added some sour cream and green onion. My grandmother added these to hers and I loved her Tuna Noodle Casserole. A great comfort food!
This is the best comfort food. I added shredded cheddar to the mix, then topped it with more cheddar and panko bread crumbs. I added salt and pepper to taste and I think it would be pretty bland otherwise, especially if you aren't adding cheese.
I screwed up this recipe royally. I bought 1 can regular cream of mushroom and 1 can low sodium, plus i used whole milk. It came out quite gray looking with a flat taste. It was not like my mother used to make. I suggest using tuna with a chunkier consistency (like albacore) plus I would bake it in a shallower casserole to have more breadcrumb topping.
This was really good. I did make some changes though. I added about 1 cup sour cream, and a 1/2 cup parmasean cheese. I also added about 1 tsp of garlic powder and a pinch of oregeno. mmm mmm good.
This is the exact same recipe my mother in-law cooks, except she puts frenchs onions in it and on top of it. It is awsome, try it, you will love it!!!
Very simple and easy, no surprises here. I have to admit I tripled the bread crumb mixture, I wanted it to cover the entire casserole.
FANTASTIC. I did bread crumbs and cheese as a topping, and this is the best tuna casserole I've ever eaten. Not too heavy.
I made this recipe exactly as written. It turned out great, but it was a little bland. Next time I will add more seasoning--maybe salt, garlic salt, or something like that. Overall, it's a good, easy recipe to make. And we had enough for left-overs.
I grew up with this recipe and it's still one of my fav's. We don't put the milk in and use corn instead of peas. My mom used to crunch up potato chips or fritos for the topping. Yummers! You can also top with french fried onion rings from the can.
used twice as much milk and breadcrumbs. lost tract of time and cooked for 55minutes turned out great
My boyfriend absolutely adores this recipe. I can't seem to make it fast enough! We usually add more peas and add celery (or broccoli!) for a little more crunch and a little less heavy/creamy.
This was a good basic recipe for tuna casserole. I used crumbled ritz crackers instead of bread crumbs, and added cheddar cheese. My family really liked the cheddar cheese on it.
I used whole wheat spiral pasta and fresh chopped celery and it was great.
I changed a couple things but I found this recipe to be a great starting point. I added a pinch of garlic powder, italian seasoning, a tiny bit of onion flakes, and some cheese. I used whole wheat noodles instead of egg noodles and frozen peas and carrots instead of just peas because that's what I had on hand. I think this recipe has a ton of possibility and customization power. Everyone loved the end result, and demanded more!
I added a little parmesan cheese and didn't have peas so used chopped carrots and onions that had been sauteed and used Italian bread crumbs.
Made this last night! Added: Sauteed mushrooms and onion Kosher salt, cracked pepper and a bit of garlic powder (too bland otherwise) and subbed crushed corn flakes and butter for crunchy topping! Excellent!
Yummy and easy, kinda bland though
I actually forgot to put the milk in but topped it with the breadcrumbs and mozzarella cheese and it tastes soooooo good!
just made it, but since I have no peas and carrots on hand, I added 2 cups frozen corn and 2 cans of sliced mushrooms. I also only had 1 can of cream of mushroom, so I added a can cream of mushroom with roasted garlic. topped with a light sprinkling of Mexican cheese blend before placing in oven. followed suggestion of using 3 tbsp. Italian bread crumbs wit 2 tbsp. margarine.
I just tried this recipe and loved it! Next time I will add another can of tuna and half the peas the recipe called for. I added a potato chip topping instead of the bread crumbs and then topped it with shredded colby-jack cheese after it came out of the oven. Excellent!
I also like to add diced carrots and celery to the mix -- give a nice crunch and helps get in plenty of veggies!
it was sooooo good ... my family ask me too make a another batch for lunch.... thankyou !!!!!
This was very bland and a little fishy for us. We both like albacore tuna and that's what I used but it just wasn't tasty. Maybe we are just not tuna casserole people - I won't be making this again.
just like mom used to make
I've never made a tuna casserole, but my husband likes it so I decided to try this recipe with a couple of changes. Instead of egg noodles, I used elbow macaroni and used french fried onions. It was delicious! Next time, the only thing I would change is to half the recipe since it is only the two of us.
Came out perfect, such a quick easy meal! I did add one more can of tuna (3total) and I used a can of mixed veggies instead of froZen peas.. I like a lot of veggies so next time I will use two cans(drained) ...if u like a crunchy top you might want triple the butter and bread crumbs. But the creaminess of this recipe was perfect, super yummy!
This was a very good recipe.Exactly what I was looking for. My husband said he hadn't had this since he was a kid and thought it was very good!
We didn’t add the bread crumbs but sprinkled plenty of shredded cheese on top after we pulled it from the oven! So creamy and perfect for an easy dinner!
I halved the recipe for my family of 4. It brought back sweet memories of mom's homecooking. Life just doesn't get much better than that...
I just made this tonight and I followed the recipe but I did make a few changes and added some,I put Tony's seasoning in,pepper and garlic powder,used 2 cans of cream of shrimp and chopped up red and yellow bell peppers. You talk about good!
I had totally forgot about this recipe and since I found it again I've made it 3 times and they want more. Recipe is great but I love to add more peas! Comfort food.
Great base casserole. Definitely needs seasoning - pepper, maybe some Dijon mustard. Hearty, and flavours blend well together. And it was liked by hubby and 2 yr old. Must have the bread crumb topping - it's what makes a good tuna noodle casserole!!
I make it often for our family. Nobody is interested in it till it gets to the table then it goes fast. I serve the peas on the side and they can be mixed in as they are wanted. Also if it's too bland for your taste, Sriracha gives it a nice kick.
I put cheese into the mixture about 1 1/2 cups..came out great..also added more bread crumbs and butter than asked for here! Winner!
I found it quite bland. It tasted a little better on the second day though.
This is such a classic! A "family-friendly, kid-pleaser" every time! I add capers and Old Bay Seasoning to the mix...for a little extra pizzazz!
I only used 1 can Mush soup, some chopped onion, 1 cup milk and 1/3 c cream cheese, mixed vegetables, top with cheese and Crushed potato chips. Very good!!
My kids loved it!!
I doubled it and had a can of cream of mushroom and a can of cream of celery in pantry. Loved it with some cream of celery. I added about a tsp of garlic powder and doubled the topping per our preferences. I'm sure this recipe is great as written as well. Hubs dug in and went back for seconds and took some to work for lunch the next day. I'd say this one is a keeper for us, lol.
My husband and I enjoy it. I think the only problem is my own in putting in too many noodles.
Delicious and easy, my picky eater son, asked for seconds!
Just like my mom use to make. I think I will change the topping next time though. The topping was not enough and I think a good topping would add flavor.
I'm not a suuuper big fan of tuna but this recipe was awesome. I think there could have been a little less peas (and I love peas). Not even halfed but just a few off the top. Great dish though.
This is delicious! Highly recommended
Thank you for sharing your recipe! It was the first time that I have made tuna casserole and everyone loved it!
This is a great recipe. I also add some cheese and frozen peas for a little extra flavor and nutrition.
Real easy, halved the recipe as I'm single and didn't want leftovers for a week. I'll be using this every couple of weeks as it's very good and very easy.
We love it!
I really love this one! You can use any kinds of noodles and it will work well. One thing I changed was to use actual bread to cut in cubes and mixed with butter. Chunky bread cubes looked much nicer! Yay!
ready easy to make and delicious!
This was a very tasty and delightfully easy recipe. I have another one that I usually make but my family actually liked this one better. Definitely a keeper!
this is the way I've been eating Tuna Noodle casserole my whole life. It's a hit with everyone that we've ever made it for. I wouldn't change a thing. Perfect just the way it is.
Quite tasty. I didn't have any butter so I just used olive oil. for the topping I blended 1/2 cup crackers, 1/4 cup Parmesan cheese and a little olive oil.
My whole family loved this. I have 2 very picky eaters and they both gobbled this up. We had never had tuna noodle casserole before however this recipe made it a family favorite!
A little bland, but still yummy! Used Ritz crackers for the topping. Will probably sneak some extra veggies in next time and some more seasonings.
I did double the tuna because we like the extra meat. I used Italian bread crumbs but quadrupled the topping to cover the 9x13 pan- so 8T of breadcrumbs to 4T butter. We did add salt and pepper to the dish after it was served, one of my kids thought it didn't need the extra seasonings, the rest of us did. They asked for it to be in rotation for our menu. Hubby suggested adding Parmesan cheese to the topping so I'll give that a try next time- I just saw it in some of the other comments. Overall pretty good, just needs a kick of seasoning.
Just made this tonight and it was very good, with a few additions. I added a small onion (finely chopped), salt / pepper, some minced garlic, and some shredded cheddar. Topped it with breadcrumbs, melted butter, and a little more shredded cheese and it was terrific!
Fixed this as per the recipe, but like other readers have commented, it was a bit bland. Might have to try using a can of cream of celery soup for one of the cans of cream of mushroom, and maybe some pepper to this recipe if I use it again. The sour cream suggestion sounded good, too. Also will cut back a bit on the peas...two cups was too much.
Pretty on point. I threw about a half cup of chopped carrot, onion and, celery in it. Just like my mom used to make.
This recipe was okay but for me, it definitely lacked in flavor and had too much of a tuna taste so I altered it. I didn't change any of the original recipe measuring or ingredients, I just added to it. I added fresh baby spinach, artichoke hearts (sliced or diced), carrots (diced), garlic (diced), shallots (diced), celery (diced), fresh portabello mushrooms (sliced or diced, mine was sliced because my family likes chunks.), and red bell pepper (for added color and diced). I sauted the veggies to my liking first, then I added them to the mixture of milk, soup, peas. I definitely added salt, pepper and other seasonings and i also added 1 egg, muenster cheese and cream cheese to add to the creaminess and a little dry powder ranch dressing. It came out fabulous and my family killed just about half the pan !! Fyi: For the topping , you are definitely going to need to add more crumbs than what the recipe suggest. I added hemp seeds and Parmesan cheese and then I topped that with fresh parsley.
I substitute everything in the recipe except the milk, but using the measurement basis help a lot. The ingredients I used came out pretty good. I used something green for the peas, margarine for the butter, something crunchy for the bread crumbs, another pasta for the noodles, another cream soup instead of cream of mushroom, and 2-5 oz. cans of tuna instead of 10 oz. weighted.
Used the Ninja foodi and followed the recipe, but the top of the casserole was burned. I'll use less temp. next time (maybe 350 or so).
I have always loved this recipe for a basic, classic tuna casserole. Such a filling and comforting dish! I do add some salt and black pepper, and sometimes add a cup of grated cheddar cheese. I like to saute some diced onion and celery in a bit of butter until tender and mix in this also. You easily could add ingredients you prefer, but with the few additions I make this is delicious. French fried onions on top of this is great also, if you don't want the breadcrumb topping. This will always be a favorite in my house :)
I made it with crushed cheese it’s on the top. Yummy!!