Simple tuna casserole

Invented a simple tuna casserole last night. Dan gave it a big YUM and had two helpings!

  1. Fix a box of Trader Joe’s mac-n-cheese, but also chop up a couple stalks of celery and drop into the boiling water after the mac has cooked a minute or two.
  2. Mix prepared mac-n-cheese-n-celery with two cans of tuna fish (drained) and a glug of cream.
  3. Stick into a buttered casserole dish and top with a sprinkle of garlic powder and some grated cheese (I used sliced colby-jack, which I chopped into ribbons).
  4. Bake 20 minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit or until the cheese is melted and the whole thing is nice and hot.

It would be great with a salad and buttered french bread, if you have some. I didn’t, so we just ate casserole.

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2 Responses to “Simple tuna casserole”

  1. Karen Stanley

    I have just discovered both Librivox and you (as you read The Secret Garden). Thank you for your generosity in donating such *wonderful* readings.

    I hope your health improves and that you are able to continue to read to us for a long time to come.

    Karen

  2. kara

    Thank you, Karen :)


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