I know it is cold and snowy in a lot of towns in the US right now so I thought I would do one of my favorite comfort foods. This defines comfort food to me and comes from my Mom's Pennsylvania Grange cookbook.
Not a lot of ingredients but lots of good memories. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees, cook your noodles according to the package directions and lets grab our ingredients.
You can see a couple of extra ingredients in my photo. I have the classic cream of mushroom soup, tuna, and breadcrumbs. I also add a little mayo and Worcestershire sauce to add a little bit more complexity.
You need some egg noodles, cook these according to the package directions.
And finally some Peas.
Combine the soup, about a tablespoon of mayo, milk and a little bit of Worcestershire sauce.
Grease up a casserole dish. I am using another of my awesome Pyrex finds. (I have a serious collection going, so you will be seeing a lot more in the future.)
Layer on half of the noodles then add half the peas and tuna.
Add half of the soup mixture on top of the noodles and peas. Repeat the layers again.
Cover it in some breadcrumbs and pop it in the oven for about 35 minutes.
I have had this meal so many times in my life and it always reminds me of eating dinner with my family back in PA. I hope you can create some memories with this dish or conjure up some of your own from the past.