Sunday, April 17, 2005

Tuna Casserole

This is a quick fix dinner for me sometimes. Very easy but yet delicious too. I used spaghetti for this version because that was what I was left with. But it would be better if you use macaroni or pasta shells. Anything that is small.

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(serves 2)
200-300 gm uncooked pasta
1 can tuna, drained (you can also use tuna in oil for extra flavour)
1 can condensed cream of mushroom with seafood (you can use any type)
1/2 cup milk
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp ground black pepper or more if you want spicy
1 clove garlic
4 slices processed cheese
1 cup crushed potato chips


1. Boil pasta in lightly salted water until al-dente, drain well and return pasta to the pot it was cooked in
2. Preheat oven to 180 degree celsius
3. Lightly grease casserole dish with butter/oil
4. Mix tuna, cream of mushroom, milk, salt, black pepper and garlic in a saucepan
5. Place pan over medium low heat and heat through
6. Remove pan from the heat and pour mixture into the pot with the pasta
7. Stir mixture and pasta till well mixed
8. Pour half of the pasta into the casserole dish and arrange the cheese slices over the pasta
9. Pour the remaining pasta over the cheese and top it with the crushed potato chips
10.Bake uncovered for 20 - 30 minutes until the casserole is hot and chips begin to brown, let cool for 10 minutes before serving


Aida said...

WOW ZU !!!!! What an attractive blog !!! Must come here everyday to check for recipes cos have been so busy these days I need to be inspired before I step into the kitchen.

zu said...

Tks Aida, nice of you to drop by :)

Ivy said...

Hi. I would like to know more about casserole as I'm preparing a dish on casserole for my assignment. Hence i would like to ask whether is casserole considered as any food placed inside the oven for a few minutes?? What special oven do i have to use in order to make a casserole?? Is there any special differences between casserole and baked pasta or something like that??
Hope u are able to help me clear my doubts on casserole. Thanks!!