Recipe For Tuna Lasagne

I came home far too late yesterday to blog my Tandy Tuesday pasta recipe for the week. I of course would not let it slide, as I love being a part of the Presto Pasta Nights community. This recipe for tuna lasagne has been a firm favourite of mine for a long time. It is what I would call a cheat’s recipe, using tinned ingredients, or what my friend Pink calls Meals In Minutes. No matter what you call it, give it a try. A version of this recipe appeared originally in Lavender and Lime.

Tuna Lasagne
Tuna Lasagne

Tuna Lasagne
 
Ingredients
  • 400g tin of cream of tomato soup
  • butter
  • 2 170g tins of tuna, drained
  • 1 teaspoon dried dill
  • salt and freshly ground black pepper for seasoning
  • 250g tub of smooth plain cottage cheese
  • 4 sheets ready to use lasagne sheets
  • 20g cheddar cheese, grated
  • 2 roma tomatoes, sliced
Method
  1. preheat the oven to 180° Celsius
  2. butter your lasagne dish
  3. heat the soup and add the tuna
  4. break the tuna apart and add the dill and seasoning
  5. mix in the cottage cheese and remove from the heat
  6. ladle in two spoons of the mix into your dish
  7. layer 2 sheets of the lasagne
  8. ladle in two spoons of the mix into your dish
  9. layer 2 sheets of the lasagne
  10. top with the balance of the sauce
  11. sprinkle the cheese over the top
  12. layer the tomatoes and season
  13. cook as per the box instructions for the lasagne

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I am submitting this recipe to Presto Pasta Nights, which is being hosted this week by Ruth from Recipes From 4every Kitchen

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0 thoughts on “Recipe For Tuna Lasagne

  1. Life is usually so busy, that it’s awesome to have a “cheat” dish, especially when it looks this good. Thanks for being such a great Presto Pasta Night regular.

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    1. thanks Ruth, it is my pleasure 🙂

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  2. this look like amazing , i wnat to eat

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    1. 🙂

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  3. This sounds good though tuna lasagne was ruined by bad varsity dining hall meals, I’ve avoided it since then, but this has inspired me to try it again sometime!

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    1. I promise it will be better than uni!

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  4. This looks great !
    I hope you don’t mind if I pin it ?

    Thanks for the printable version and good luck.

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    1. of course I don’t mind! Have a super day 🙂

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  5. I adore tuna and pasta – a perfect combination!

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    1. it is another of my comfort food recipes!

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  6. Do you think I could do this with fresh tuna? Got a whole load of tuna offcuts in my freezer and do’nt really know what to do with them. And – on another note – did you see that my wine course is about to start in Stellenbosch? would be fab to see you on it!! All details on my site – http://www.cathymarston.co.za

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    1. You can do it with fresh tuna for sure – it will be better with longfin than any other fresh tuna, but this is a good way to use up the bits and pieces! I am going to be in JNB for the next course and so will hope that the one after that in Stellenbosch is one I can attend 🙂

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  7. Easiest recipe ever and best of all my 4 year old loves it.

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    1. I still love it!

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  8. I think I’ll make this tonight 🙂

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    1. enjoy!

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