Ah yes, the infamous tuna noodle casserole. Typically it includes a can of some kind of condensed soup so I tend to avoid it. I know. That just sounded really snooty. Sorry about that. I just like it when I know exactly what things are made out of. Well, Cooking Light ran a section on tuna in their last issue and I happen to really enjoy tuna. I never had actually had tuna noodle casserole, so I decided I would try this one. I mean, all the ingredients in the casserole were things that I enjoy eating, none of them involved condensed soup, so why not? Turns out it’s pretty delicious! I used albacore tuna from the can and referenced the sustainable seafood chart to make sure that it was a good tuna choice. Just make sure that it says specifically ‘white tuna caught by pole or line’. Now, I have nothing to compare this to, so I’m curious if any of you that have had ‘traditional’ tuna noodle casserole would try this and tell me how it compares. I enjoyed it, but does it stand up to what everyone knows?
Tuna Noodle Casserole