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This casserole is easy to make, very filling and will feed a bunch of hungry mouths. It’s also pretty inexpensive and won’t break the food budget. One of my favorite things about this recipe is the inclusion of one very special ingredient. Can you guess what it is? POTATO CHIPS! I was ecstatic to learn that my favorite crunchy snack was hiding in this tuna casserole. Talk about a win! And the ebst part is, you can use any flavor of potato chip that you want. I enjoy using sour cream and onion.
This tuna noodle casserole was a staple that came out of most kitchens back in the 70s. Moms seemed to love making it because it helped to satisfy all the hungry kids. And the combination of ingredients could be found in every cupboard.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Craving Comfort.
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Quick Tip: Different types of cheese can be used such as sharp or Colby. Use what you like.