Rep. Ellison’s Tuna Noodle Casserole

Recipe From Rep. Keith Ellison

1 can/package tuna (fresh cooked walleye also makes a great substitute)

8 oz noodles – or amount you want (cooked)

1 can cream of mushroom soup

1/2-1 can milk – to consistency you like

3 tablespoons of Minnesota Nice

Then you can add anything you like–examples:

1 cup shredded cheese

1/2 – 2/3 cups frozen corn or peas (not cooked)

Sautéed mushrooms

1/3 cup of Mississippi River Water (if one likes some added texture and flavor)

Various seasonings as desired can be added as well

Mix all ingredients evenly, cover with some additional shredded cheese and bake for 45 minutes at 350 degrees or until hot.

  • Ryan

    Who frigging cares!!! Stop fooling around on my dime.

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  • Shelly

    what a ridiculous recipe….thought it would be an actual recipe!!!

    • Linda

      I can figure out that recipe, looks like the way my grandmother’s cooked.

    • Paco Chavez

      I’m with you Shelly… what a poor excuse for a “recipe”.

  • Paco Chavez

    What the heck… you call that a recipe? What a waste of time.

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  • Gary F

    We can’t even have cicility in comments Get a life people

  • Anita

    Taconite Hot Dish is my very favorite casserole! How can anyone NOT like it?
    Eas to make and I liked the idea of Pepper Jack cheese.YUMMY!

  • Sue W-B

    This IS a recipe. He just threw in a couple of jokes. It’s not difficult to figure it out, c’mon people, lighten up. He was just kidding around and having a little fun here. You can vary it how ever you please.

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