Time Saver: Tuna Casserole08:09:00
As I was making this easy-peasy tuna casserole the other afternoon it got me to thinking about last weeks post and how good it is when you can get dinner sorted in next to no time. Mum used to make this casserole aaaaaall the time and I couldn't even tell you what magazine she got it from. I just know that I liked it, I always had seconds and that the cutting of the recipe is very old, brown, and very faded with splotches of Tuna Casseroles past all over it.
Now Im no food blogger but I thought it would be good to share this little winner with you in with the Taco 'quick and easy' theme. (see previous post). This is another meal you can add to your repoitoir to help you avoid 'crazy hour'. I even found a recipe template via pinterest and made it all fancy and nice.
From scratch to plate it will take no longer than 45 minutes and at that rate and ONLY IF you start before 4pm:
a) the little poppits will not get bored or crazy and will not have time to find the new succulents you have just planted in your vertical garden pallate and pull them all out. (Oh boy! Insert head slap here.)
b) You will save a trip to drive thru, some coin for a coffee and all that crappy small talk with Ronald.
c) Your stocks of Super Doopers will be saved for yet another day.
This is a great one for left overs the next day and I've also added mushrooms before to add a bit more 'meat' to it.
-Dont forget salt and pepper to taste.
-If you have little ones, please pick out the cashews before you serve. I would not want to be responsible for a choking episode.
-I love sour cream and to keep the casserole nice and moist I load up on the stuff. It does work with smaller quantities. Its totally up to you.
-Cheese not shown in ingredients picture purely for compositional purposes.
-Pin It. Go on, I dare ya!!
How do you do your Tuna Casserole?
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