A frugal cook's favorite, tuna casserole takes little work to assemble. These easy seafood recipes honor traditional noodle versions, or consider an updated tuna casserole with crunchy-onion topping, broccoli, or fennel mix-ins.
Need a fast dinner? Try this mix-and-eat tuna casserole. Shortcut ingredients get it to the table fast.
Purchased pesto and refrigerated alfredo sauce are the shortcut ingredients that make this tuna casserole quick to make.
Give this childhood comfort food grown-up appeal with Dijon-style mustard and roasted red sweet peppers. For a nostalgic touch, top this casserole recipe with uncrushed potato chips.
The definitive "cupboard casserole" gets fresh with dashes of lemon and dill, rich olive oil-pack tuna, and the crunch of coarsely chopped celery. Top with lemon slices and capers and it's ready for company.
Use reduced fat soup and fat-free milk to make this favorite casserole lower in fat and calories. Adding a variety of vegetables makes it more nutritious than the traditional recipe.