Easy Tuna Noodle Casserole
This dish is a slow cooked version of classic tuna noodle casserole. Using cream of celery soup is a great shortcut to get a creamy casserole without having to create a sauce from scratch, and the toasted almonds give this meal a great crunch.
Do not overcook, cook just until noodles are tender.
Cooking MethodSlow Cooker
- 2 cans cream of celery soup
- 1/3 cup dry sherry
- 2/3 cup milk
- 2 tablespoons parsley flakes
- 10 ounces frozen mix vegetables
- 2 cans tuna, drained
- 10 ounces egg noodles, cooked
- 2 tablespoons margarine
- 1/2 cup toasted almonds
- In a large bowl, thoroughly combine soup, sherry, milk, parsley flakes, vegetables, and tuna. Fold in noodles.
- Pour into greased slow cooker. Top with almonds and butter. Cover and cook on Low 7 to 9 hours. (High 2 to 3 hours).
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Jul 28, 2010
My first impression of this recipe is -- IT IS NOT COMPLETE??? If the noodles are pre-cooked - they will already be Tender??? After cooking again in the slow cooker - they will be mush - right???
Apr 21, 2010
i have cooked tuna noodle casserole many times in the oven with noodles uncooked, just add anough liquid to allow for the absorbtion of the uncooked noodles, macaroni etc...toss it all into the cooker and let it go....
Apr 21, 2010
I still do not understand, noodles supposed to go in uncooked, or cooked?
Mar 24, 2010
The recipe includes cooked egg noodles. The note is referencing the preparation process for this recipe. Our recipes are reader submitted, and occasionally the wording of the recipes can be a bit confusing. Hope this helps.
Mar 24, 2010
I would like to know if questions are ever answered. This recipe is an example of not explaining fully, but I have never seen an answer yet.
Mar 05, 2010
What are the answers to the above 2 questions? Thanks.
Jan 20, 2010
I was wondering the same thing. Do we have to cut the cooking time in half? That's what I will do, since everything is cooked already.
Jan 17, 2010
The recipe ingredients say to use cooked egg noodles, and then it says at the end of the recipe not to overcook... cook just until noodles are tender... are they supposed to go in UNCOOKED?? Please clear this up, thanks.
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