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 Honey_J
Joined: 11/6/2007
Msg: 1
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Ingredients:

1 Pkg. Chicken Ramen
1 can chunk light tuna
1 small can sliced mushrooms, drained
Hearty handful French's french fried onions (Regular or cheese)
season salt
mayo
2 cups water, divided

In skillet, crunch up ramen into small pieces. One cup water in skillet, cook noodles half way. Add mushrooms, season packet and tuna. Once water is really low throw in onions. Stir well, cook additional 5 minutes for flavors to mingle. In each seperate bowl of casserole, add one spoonful mayo and pinch season salt, stir well. Serve warm.

I thought there was no food in the house until I found this stuff and I just improvised. It's really very tasty. I know it sounds kinda... icky. I guess it's all about how to survive when the fridge is COndiment heaven and the wallet has more moths and dust bunnies than $...
 Honey_J
Joined: 11/6/2007
Msg: 2
This is my version of Tuna caserole, the destitute version
Posted: 11/20/2007 2:03:09 PM
Ooh Mac N Cheese... now you're getting FANCY! lol
 lie to me
Joined: 9/17/2007
Msg: 3
This is my version of Tuna caserole, the destitute version
Posted: 11/20/2007 4:47:10 PM
1 can drained green beans
1 can drained tuna
1 can cream of shroom
few last tator tots found in back of freezer


Green beens on bottom, then the tuna, then spread on the soup (undiluted), cover with the tots.

Cook at 375 or whatever till tots are done and nicely colored.

*either feeds 2, or just myself with leftovers for breakfast......
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