Mamma Bear's Tuna Cassarole. Mamma Bear's Tuna Cassarole This is so good! This is comfort food in my home. :nod. This is comfort food in my home. :nod Sterling Espada.
It definitely is an improvement over other tuna casseroles! This hearty tuna casserole is dramatically different and decadently delicious. A creamy blend of tuna, spinach, and hard boiled eggs is topped with buttered bread and baked until crispy on top and hot and bubbly inside. You can cook Mamma Bear's Tuna Cassarole using 9 ingredients and 2 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Mamma Bear's Tuna Cassarole
- Prepare of Cassarole.
- Prepare 1 lb of Egg Noodles.
- Prepare 12 oz of Chunk Light Tuna.
- It’s 1 can of Evaporated Milk.
- You need 3 tbsp of Salt.
- You need 2 tbsp of Pepper.
- You need 4 quart of Water.
- You need 1 tbsp of Vegetable Oil.
- Prepare 10 3/4 oz of Cream of Mushroom Soup.
Made in one dish, this casserole combines on-hand pantry items with cans of tuna fish and turns them into a dinner that will have everyone asking for more! A combination of egg noodles, tuna fish, cream of mushroom soup, milk and Parmesan cheese that is the definition. This Tuna Noodle Casserole is quintessential comfort food. It tastes like the casseroles we grew up eating in cooler months, is filling and sticks with you without being a brick in your stomach.
Mamma Bear's Tuna Cassarole step by step
- 375 degree oven.
- Boil water with salt. Add noodles. Cook 10-11 minutes. Draing noodles and tuna. Mix all remaining items in pot. Add 1 cup cheese ( optional ) and pour in cassarole dish. Add cheese on top. ( optional) Cover with foil. Bake 10 minutes. Uncover, cook 20 minutes more. Remove from oven. Serve..
For me it brings back memories of making pasta with my grandma and making this dish for family dinners. It's one of the many great recipes shared by home cooks on BakeSpace.com, the world's sweetest recipe swap community. What a time for comfort food! This quarantine has certainly been an experience so far, the added stress of not being able to eat pasta & bread because of Passover the past week has been brutal honestly. Because around the time it became a staple in my house, I also got my hands on Faith's version of tuna casserole, loaded with bright and briny flavors and ingredients pulled from the Mediterranean.