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DMS913 rated and reviewed the recipe Crunchy Ranch Tuna Pasta
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"My family really likes this, but I did make some changes in how I cooked it. First I doubled the recipe (except the amount of tuna), then I pre-heated the oven to 350-degrees F, cooked the pasta ONLY on the stovetop for about 7 mins, still had a bite to it, drained pasta. Mixed the liquid ingredients together, mixed in some frozen peas, the tuna and the cooked pasta and put in a 13x9 greased casserole. Baked for 30 mins, then added French Fried onions to top, cooked another 5-10 mins more til crispy and bubbly. Let sit for 10 mins so we could eat it without burning our mouths off. We loved it, everyone had seconds and our guests had no idea it was tuna, they thought they were eating chicken! Will definitely make again."
Posted on 3/16/2011
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Posted 3/16/2011 1:05:28 PM REPORT ABUSE
Crunchy Ranch Tuna Pasta
Crunchy Ranch Tuna Pasta
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My family really likes this, but I did make some changes in how I cooked it. First I doubled the recipe (except the amount of tuna), then I pre-heated the oven to 350-degrees F, cooked the pasta ONLY on the stovetop for about 7 mins, still had a bite to it, drained pasta. Mixed the liquid ingredients together, mixed in some frozen peas, the tuna and the cooked pasta and put in a 13x9 greased casserole. Baked for 30 mins, then added French Fried onions to top, cooked another 5-10 mins more til crispy and bubbly. Let sit for 10 mins so we could eat it without burning our mouths off. We loved it, everyone had seconds and our guests had no idea it was tuna, they thought they were eating chicken! Will definitely make again.
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