Italian Tuna Casserole – Gluten Free Recipe

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This updated Italian Tuna Casserole is not that same old elbow macaroni and cream of whatever soup version you grew with. This baked pasta dish has taken a trip to Italy and come home with a whole new flavor profile. It starts off with penne pasta in place of the elbows or soggy noodles. A lower fat cheesy sauce now replaces the condensed soup. I’ve added artichoke hearts, sundried tomatoes, and spinach to the mix before baking this casserole to a golden perfection. Everyone is sure to love this lighter version of a classic comfort food. To print this recipe or for more of my gluten free recipes visit the EZGlutenFree blog at ezgf.blogspot.com All photographs in this video were taken be me. No other entity has been granted exclusive rights to use my photographs. The music used in this video is royalty Free Music used with permission under a Creative Commons license. incompetech.com Ingredients list • 12 oz gluten free penne pasta, cooked 1 minute shy of the instructions • (2) 5 oz cans Italian style tuna in olive oil • 1 medium onion, finely chopped • 2 cloves garlic, minced • (1) 14oz can of quartered artichoke hearts • 3 oz bag of sundried tomatoes, cut into slivers • 1/2 lb fresh baby spinach • (2) 12 oz cans fat free evaporated milk • 2 tbsp butter • 1/3 cup of grated Parmigiano Reggiano cheese • salt and pepper to taste • cornstarch slurry (2 tbsp corn starch mixed with 2tbsp water) • FOR THE BREADCRUMB TOPPING • 1 cup fresh gluten free breadcrumbs, I grated the end

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21 Comments

  1. EZGlutenFree

    Haha, I’ll be on? the lookout for the man in need of tuna casserole and maybe it will be you. LOL

  2. Garnett M.

    Oh thats it I`m heading your way if you see someone that looks like there in dier need of some Tuna Caserole check it might be me LOL , Looking super yummy? .

  3. goodlivingideas1

    Sounds like a good learning video? for gluten free diet options. Please subscibe to my channel for more links to this subject.

  4. EZGlutenFree

    Thanks, I’m sure it would be just fine without? the artichokes. My daughter wasn’t too thrilled about the artichokes either.

  5. ThomnTrish

    This looks really yummy..Just wondering, if I were to skip the artichokes, would I also lose most of the flavor in this dish…? Unfortunately,? my son doesn’t like artichokes..:(

  6. MrEZCooking

    Yum! Stuffed artichokes! Sounds? like a winner to me!

  7. EZGlutenFree

    Thank you for your very? kind words.

  8. Hassane Chaouqi

    I love your dishes … and I follow you from afar and in silence … for fear that you see me. I devoured all of my eyes? … even if it does not fill my stomach … now you know you’ve made ??me a great gourmand ….. 🙂 Thanks for your support .

  9. EZGlutenFree

    I love baked artichokes too. Actually the stuffed ones are my favorites. I haven’t made a batch since going gluten free. ? I gotta make them soon.

  10. EZGlutenFree

    Hey Angie, you could use regular milk in place of the evaporated variety, I was just trying to use up some stuff on? the pantry shelves for this one. You could also add different veggies or cheeses or whatever you have around the kitchen that seems like it might go together. I’m like you, I try to use up what I have around rather than shopping for specific ingredients.

  11. TheSquishyMonster

    I’ve never used Evaporated Milk before and this sounds super interesting! ? This would be nice bc I’ve been eating the same thing for days now. Need now 😉

  12. MrEZCooking

    Never had artichokes in a tuna? casserole but this looks really good! Artichokes I think go good with anything rich and creamy hot or cold! I like the baked version best!

  13. EZGlutenFree

    Thanks,? I appreciate you stopping by.

  14. EZGlutenFree

    Thanks for your kind words. I wish I’d have known sooner that I had a gluten problem.? I believe I could have avoided many of my health issues if only I’d have known a few decades ago.

  15. EZGlutenFree

    Thanks. This is a nice quick dish to? throw together with pantry ingredients.

  16. EZGlutenFree

    Thanks? Lila

  17. lauriegirl2

    Anything with? artichokes and cheese is wonderful. Thanks again. I wish you have been around 12 years ago when I was diagnosed.

  18. sugarbabieskitchen

    This looks super delicious. I like eating food? with tuna in it. 🙂

  19. AsianCookingmadeEasy

    This looks delicious! I love the artichoke hearts and sun dried? tomatoes! Yum! 🙂

  20. EZGlutenFree

    Thank? You Miss Gemy.

  21. MissGemy9Beauty

    I’m definitely a? fan of baked pasta dish. Looks delicious as always. 🙂

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