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Aaron’s Lazy Saturday Alfredo Tuna Casserole Dinner

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Hello readers, today since I have done absolutely nothing but play games on my tablet and lay around the house. I'm going to write a post about the dinner I created for myself out of the food that was in my pantry. As you can see by the picture it was a tuna and noodles dish and It was a delicious dish. If you don't like tuna or noodles I'm sorry you can make it with chicken(because tuna is the chicken of the sea so it's the same thing just on land, I guess). Anyways I'm going to teach you how I made this dish in a few simple steps, all you need is Pasta Roni Alfredo noodles box ( more so for the contents inside ), two cans on tuna, garlic powder, onion powder, water and butter. If you don't have any of this at your home you can buy it at Wal-Mart!! or your local grocery store ( I bought mine at Bruno's )

INSTRUCTIONS!
Now remember measuring is essential. so grab a glass ( any size will do ), a pan ( bigger the better ) and a spoon ( one you could use for your cereal in the morning).

0.Look at box.( don't read it just look at the pictures )
1.Fill up the glass to where ever you think is the correct amount and pour it into the pan.
2.Turn the stove on to the hottest it will go put the pan with the water in it on the stove and watch it( don't lose eye contact with the water in the pan continue to watch it the whole time)
3.Whilst watching the water in the pan reach for the garlic and onion powder and put both in and stir.
4.Next grab the butter and the spoon put the butter and take a random amount out of the container and stir it into the water.
5.Now that you have a wonderful smelling boiling broth pour the noodles into the water and stir.
6.Continue stirring
7.Not pour both cans of tuna ( or chicken ) into the concoction of carefully measured ingredients.
8.Now completely forget that you have Alfredo sauce right next to you and continue stirring your food until it looks edible.
9.Look to the right(....or left depending on where all the wrappers are. )
10.See the Alfredo ( curse under your breath ) grab it and put it in your food and stir once again.
11.smile to yourself or give yourself a pat on the back for not burning body( because you decided to make food shirtless )
12.Turn off the stove take the pan off of the stove and place it on a cooler eye*.
13.dish out the food and put some shredded cheese you find in the fridge on top of your food for a cheesy factor.
14.Enjoy.

*eye on the stove.

Some Nutrition Facts.
Lots of
31 Grams Protein.
44 Grams Carbohydrates.
A&C&D&E vitamins.
*other healthy stuff.

From the picture about you will notice this meal must be served with a coke ( off brand ) and a Fruit-Roll-up ( so that you can feel like a kid when you finish eating all of your food ) to get the official recipe name of "Aaron's Lazy Saturday Alfredo Tuna(or Chicken) Casserole Dinner". Otherwise you are not allowed to use the awesome name I came up with.

Smash Potatoes Yesterdays lunch ; Todays soup

In the past couple of days I repeated the smashed Potatoes meal I learned from Elvis when he fed 6 hungry children at Market last week.Elvis had fed his Grand and Teen kids a meal using microwaved Red skin potatoes , Bacon , Shredded cheese, Tony Sachere seasoning and sour cream.

I converted the meal at my house into large diced potatoes baked in the oven. I fried up maple flavored Bacon and used Enchilada soup seasoning. This was the second time this week I created this meal. So tonight I took the left overs and added them to heated milk with more bacon added more Enchilada soup base and chopped Fresh Basil. The Wife ate her bowl  straight from the soup pot . I added Wheat crackers and more cheese to my bowl. 

We have had our third rainy Saturday market here in SE Texas since the middle of February. Soup was soo goood. When The Wife had all her tummy could handle I finished her bowl also. I purposely gave her a half gallon of soup. Before I started the soup at 4 pm her comment was," All I have eaten today is toast" Now with tummies full we can enjoy the rest of the evening.

 

 
 
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