Wednesday, July 14, 2010
Baked Tuna Casserole
I finished the venison-laced beans and rice for lunch and decided to make a tuna casserole for supper. I used some of the previously frozen milk, the moldy cheddar cheese (with the green stuff scraped off), some pancake mix (as a thickener), squiggly dried pasta, canned corn, canned tuna, parsley flakes (for color), dried onion bits, and black pepper. I topped it off with crunched up, stale tortilla chips for texture and baked it for about 20 minutes.
I must say it wasn't bad, in a good way. It could have used more black pepper and onion bits, and the tortilla chips probably wasn't a great idea, but overall, I was pleased with the dish.
I'm running low on ideas, so I'll have to check the current status of the food supplies and dream up more recipes. Fortunately, I still have the red pasta sauce I froze a couple weeks ago.
Posted by Wayne Kodama