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Old Aug 21, 2015, 10:15 am   #1
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Oysters for Tuna noodle casserole?

I'm eating a bowl of oyster mushrooms cooked in a bit of butter and was thinking how noodle like the mushrooms are. They already have a bit of a fishy smell so with the texture and the smell I was wondering if anyone had made a tuna noodle casserole out of them? If so did you add any other mushroom to it?

Maybe use the oysters with a can of cream of mushroom soup and some tuna....


If I can find some more oysters I'll experiment. I have found a lot of older oysters that I missed by only a few days but we did have some rain so that makes me hopeful to find more.

I might have enough to experiment with it right now.

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Old Aug 21, 2015, 10:39 am   #2
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Re: Oysters for Tuna noodle casserole?

It took about 5 minutes to throw in a can of cream of chicken soup, a can of tuna, a bit of seasoned salt and some pepper in a skillet and heat it up.

I loved it. I can see adding some Kettle potato chips and mozzarella cheese and baking in the oven for an easy gluten free potluck dish.

Until now I only liked oyster mushrooms on the grill. It's tuna noodle casserole with more nutrition and fiber than using noodles. So if you like tuna noodle it's a winner!

I forgot about peas. Next time I will add peas and caramelized onions. Maybe a few tiny trumpets on top for garnish.

When I fine tuna this recipe I will post it in the recipe thread.

Now.... I have to go find some more oyster mushrooms!!!!
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Old Sep 9, 2015, 1:12 pm   #3
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Re: Oysters for Tuna noodle casserole?

Sounds very good
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Re: Oysters for Tuna noodle casserole?

I've used a Hen duxelle in my tuna casseroles and it brings a great flavor. Even Debbie like it!
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Old Sep 10, 2015, 11:33 am   #5
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Re: Oysters for Tuna noodle casserole?

Sounds interesting Frank!

I was surprised that my oldest son ate the rest of my oyster tuna noodle casserole. When I asked him what he thought about it he said the oysters were tough. That is true. They can be very tough. I'll have to cut them up smaller next time.
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