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This Tuna Swiss Melt Casserole is a nice twist on the traditional tuna casserole and makes for a great, quick, and easy midweek meal. I may have been in the minority of people growing up who actually enjoyed tuna casserole. Maybe it’s just my Gulf Coast upbringing, loving everything from the sea. Even I have to admit that the classic recipes like this can get a bit tired after a while, though. Adding Swiss cheese to the mix makes for a nice upgrade, I think.
Swiss cheese is one of those “happy medium” cheeses that has a distinct flavor without being too overpowering, and it actually takes on more depth of flavor when melted.
The result: a really creamy casserole with a topping that nicely complements the natural flavor of the tuna. Just make a side salad, and you have a filling, soothing, well-balanced full meal–with minimal effort.
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Quick Tip: For a creamier casserole, add more cheese.