• Serves 6
  • 30 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 7 Ingredients


A quick, easy and tasty family meal, that is also budget friendly.

Ingredients (serves 6)

  • 425g Tin Tuna - Sirena is yummiest, in springwater, drained
  • 1 small tin corn, drained
  • 2 cups pasta of your choice, I use gluten free elbows
  • 1 jar tuna bake sauce, spinach one is lovely
  • 1 big handful of baby spinach leaves
  • grated cheese to top bake - to your taste
  • smoked paprika


  1. Drain tuna and corn, place in casserole dish and mix with the spinach leaves and the jar of tuna bake sauce (once emptied add a tiny bit of milk to the jar, and shake to get rest of jar out).
  2. Cook pasta until two thirds cooked, drain, stir into the tuna mix in the casserole dish
  3. Top with grated cheese of your choice, to the level of cheesiness you like, then sprinkle with paprika and cook for approx. 20 minutes until browned in a moderate oven


Add any veg you like to this dish, and you can substitute the jar of tuna bake sauce for a tin of condensed celery soup, which is lovely too.

  • Love Tuna & bakes so this would work really well for me & my family!


  • Great dinner idea


  • Love the idea of using paprika and will try with my own sauces (family health issues).


  • A great take on a classic dish – love the additional smoked paprika, and will definitely try with the celery soup, that sounds amazing!


  • I have not put smoked paprika with tuna before. An interesting combination I will have to try!


  • Those pre made bake sauces are high in salt. Don’t like them.


  • I like Tuna Bake and new ideas are good to add variety. Thanks for the recipe.


  • Thanks for your tuna bake – love the baby spinach in this recipe.


  • Anything that changes Tuna Bake is great, have one child who would live on it if he could.

    • TGhis was so easy to make and most of the family loved it.


  • Agree – we serve it with fresh spinach leaves from our vege patch!

    • It’s great having your own special vegie patch to cook things


  • Your tuna bake would be lovely with a side salad,thanks so much!

    • Even cooked Vegetables will go nicely with it


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