Thursday, September 11, 2008

Tuna Potato potato chip Casserole

No, it's not a typo. This is a double potato chip casserole.
This casserole got a 5 ***** star rating from my husband ~
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Grease favorite casserole bowl and layer bottom with thinly sliced potatoes. Mix together 1 large can of tuna (12 oz) and 1 family sized Cream of Mushroom soup (26 oz). Add some chopped celery. Pour mixture into casserole dish. Line the wall of casserole dish with sliced potatoes and layer top with remaining potatoes. Add a layer of grated cheese and pour potato chips on top for garnish. Bake at 350 for 1 hour (or until potatoes are tender.)
Cream of Mushroom soup 26 oz
Tuna 12 oz
6 thinly sliced potatoes
Grated cheese
Potato Chips
**This recipe is a variation of the potato chip casserole my mother made. I decided to add potatoes to give this casserole extra substance for hungry bellies (it works!)
The lighter version (subtracting potatoes) is perfect for that quick meal you can microwave in a pinch!


Anonymous said...

I know that's got to be delicious.. I've always loved tuna casserole made with potato chips instead of noodles.

Jeanne said...

That recipe sounds really good. I love tuna, but I'm the only one. I wonder what it would be like if I subsituted diced chicken?
I think I'll give it a try.

Texas Mom said...

Chicken would work WONDERFUL! Also, omit the potato chips/tuna/celery and add ground beef to this recipe. My family LOVES this as well.