So... tuna noodle casserole is a stew?Every casserole I've encountered held its form when you scooped out a chunk. A small amount may seep but it generally holds its shape. It's 'fork & plate' food.
Stew is amorphous. It'll deform and spread. It's 'bowl' food with either spoon or fork. If plated, would need a bed of rice to keep it from flowing off the plate.
Same. However,My mom was a generally good cook, but some things just never came out well.
I have, on the other end of the spectrum, eaten it with a chisel.I've never had tuna noodle casserole that didn't hold its shape.
Bad enough that canned soup is already overly salty . . .I have, on the other end of the spectrum, eaten it with a chisel.
Clara D. turn the heat down and cook it uncovered for a longer period. You can also add some bread crumbs or pulverized crackers to the soup. Remember to add no other salt if you put salted crackers in the soup as tuna turns really salty really quickly.