In the spirit of the Hungry Girl from this morning’s post, I thought tonight’s dish should be something from her website. Here we have Hungry Girl’s Tuna Noodle Casserole. The only change I made was I replaced the peas with corn as it was all I had for a frozen vegetables. For spice, I added 1 tsp of garlic powder and 1/2 tsp of cayenne pepper to give it a little kick. This is another one of those under 30 mins recipes. Only 4 WW points for a quarter of the casserole… Quick and Easy 🙂
The noodles used in the recipe are Shirataki yam tofu noodles and one bag is 0 WW points…WHAT???? I know crazy talk right? The texture of yam noodles is different from traditional asian flour/egg noodles, but I am a huge fan of them and often use them to replace noodles in many of my other dishes that call for noodles. LOVE IT!
NOTE: These Shirataki yam noodles took forever for me to find anywhere in Edmonton or Alberta or anywhere in Canada for that matter. Seriously ask the hubby, I drove all over Edmonton looking for them. So to save all my foodie followers tons of wasted time looking for them, I will tell you that only T & T Supermarkets sell them. There is one in north Edmonton on 137ave and 97st and the second location is in West Edmonton Mall. It even has Hungry Girl’s photo on the package.
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You forgot the tuna when adding ingredients into the tuna casserole. 🙂
There is a link in the posting which has the ingredients and directions. My post just specifies what changes I made to Hungry Girls recipe. Have you tried the recipe and did you like it?