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Aurora's Tuna or Chicken Noodles

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Recipe Information

Category: Main Dishes
# of Servings: 4
Recipe Created By: mom2rora


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1 pkg rice noodles
olive oil or margarine
1 can tuna (drained) (or chicken)
1 pkg steamed veggies (such as broccoli or carrot)
to taste salt
to taste garlic powder (optional)


Cook rice noodles according to the instructions on the bag. Drain, return to pot. Add olive oil or margarine (enough to grease the noodles.) Stir in tuna, steamed veggies, and salt/garlic to taste.


This is one of my favorite quick meals; it's easy to make and a balanced meal at that!

I like to use the Birdseye Steam Fresh frozen veggie bags (pop in the microwave for a few minutes.) If you use these, drain the water out before adding to the noodles! I usually buy the carrot/broccoli/cauliflower medley.


If avoiding fish, canned chunked chicken can be used instead of the tuna.

Any type of pasta can be used - wheat, corn, quinoa, etc - instead of the rice noodles.

Alternate oil (rice, canola, etc.) can be used.

Make sure your tuna (or chicken) is soy-free if avoiding soy; this is a common additive in canned meats.

Be sure to check your frozen vegetable mix for any additives or seasonings.

Butter and Margarine: Butter is a dairy product made from cow’s milk. Margarine typically contains milk or soy, but there are milk-free and soy-free versions available.

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Paul Markowski 9/6/2016 12:20:55 PM

This recipe is categorized as "free of fish", however it has tuna in it. Please revise.

Thanks, Paul

Kathy P - KFA Admin 9/8/2016 11:06:25 AM

Thanks for that feedback Paul. In the substitutions, there is a suggestion to substitute chicken for the tuna which would make it free of fish, but I can see where that might not be very obvious.

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