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  • Serves 6
  • 20 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 11 Ingredients

29 Comments

can be prepared in advance


Ingredients (serves 6)

  • 440g tin tuna
  • 230g tin corn kernals
  • 230g tin creamed corn
  • 500g bag of prefered pasta
  • 150g butter
  • 150g flour
  • 400ml milk
  • 1bag spinach
  • 1punet cherry tomatoes
  • pinch salt and pepper to taste
  • 500g grated cheese

Method

  1. cook pasta as per packet instructions (i only use 1/3 of the pasta but freeze the cooked leftover pasta in portion sizes for a quick easy meal later on or for Mr fussy 5yr old)
  2. melt butter in a pot add flour and cook for 5 min then slowly add in milk continually string until you get a nice thick white sauce. remove from heat add half the cheese into the white sauce.
  3. chop cherry tomatoes into quarters.
  4. mix it all together! pop in a baking dish and top with cheese (can be mad to this stage in advance and left in the fridge) bake at 180 for 20min or until golden brown and hot :)

Notes

ive also made the above recipe and added bacon and eggs which was yummy also

  • This was nice. We are making them every week. Nice dinner and family favourite for winter nights.

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  • This would be a great alternative to meat once a week.

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  • We love Tuna Pasta Bake in our home. This version has a few differences that I’m going to love including in my regular recipe – tomatoes and baby spinach!!

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  • That’s a great recipe and you can’t miss in my home with corn and pasta, thanks for sharing

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  • Oven bakes are nice.

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  • Great recipe with pantry ingredients thanks looks yummy

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  • My kids love tuna back, this one sounds yummy

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  • One to try with this chilly weather. Hopefully my kids will like it!

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  • This looks amazing I love the golden colour on top looks really yummy, would like to try this one thankyou

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  • Sounds and looks great – thanks for sharing.

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  • This sounds nice. Tuna pie is one of my go to meals when I forget to defrost meat for tea in time.

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  • This would be a lovely, hearty and warm dinner for the family.

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  • My family loves this dinner – so tasty, quick to make and is good for leftovers for lunches the next day :)

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  • If only my kids would eat cold pasta from their lunchboxes it would be a great lunchbox food indeed

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  • Great recipe especially with your tip of adding bacon and eggs. Thanks for sharing.

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