Layered Tuna Casserole

3.4.12 2 comments
   Tuna Casserole: holds like a pie, layers like a lasagna, and is as creamy as your alfredo =)

After making this dish, I have seriously thought that my blog should be named supermaket chef or something so. (don't know if anyone owns it though). See, I get most- if not ALL my ingredients from the supermarket. I rarely go to the wet market. The number of times I've visited the wet market can be counted using the fingers of 1 hand. Why? Because the grocery carries everything, and if you know where to go or how to judge fresh produce, what you get is as good as or even better than the wet market stuff. And talk about the convenience of the shopping cart, air-conditioned spacious aisle, credit cards (not to mention credit card promos!)- and these are just to name a few.

My attachment to the grocery is most proven in this recipe. Take a look at the ingredients, they're literally right from the shelves. And this is what you do also if you have nothing fresh in your fridge but still obliged to create a sumptuous meal =)

This tuna casserole holds like a pie, layers like a lasagna, and is as creamy as your alfredo =) try it!

Try it out! get recipe after the jump!

Tuna Casserole
What you need:

18 pcs Sky Flakes
1 Can button mushroom, chopped finely,
2 bulbs onions, chopped finely
2 Cans Tuna (opt for 1 Hot and Spicy and 1 Regular if this suits you)
1/2 pack Nestle Cream
2 Cans Cream of Mushroom Soup
1 Cup Water
Grated Cheese to top

before going in the oven =)

What to do:
1. Saute onions until translucent and limp using excess oil from tuna. 
2. Add in the mushroom and tuna. Try to mash the tuna as you stir, for smoother consistency later on. 
3. Add in soup and cream, mix until dissolved. 
4. Add water. Add a bit more if needed. 
5. Season with salt and pepper. 
6. Line the bottom of a square baking dish with 6 pcs skyflakes. 
7. Add in 1/3 of the tuna mixture. Repeat this to complete 3 layers
8. Top with cheese. 
9. Bake at a pre-heated oven for about 45 minutes or until cheese changes color. 

Note* if served too hot, tendency is for the sauce to be too runny. thus, the lack of sliced pictures because it was devoured instantly. 
*Leftovers are still wonderful =)

enjoy =) 


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