Need some tips for reheating tuna casserole? Here’s everything you need to know about properly storing and reheating this delicious dish.

Tuna casserole is ideal for lunch and dinner, and it is easy to make. Most recipes are also perfect for meal prep so you can actually make a large batch and use it for your future meals.

To make sure you avoid this dilemma, I’ve compiled these useful tips for reheating tuna casserole so you can have a deliciously moist meal…even when reheating!

How do I reheat a precooked casserole?

You can freeze your tuna casserole in three ways: - Without the noodles - With precooked noodles - Finish the recipe

If you choose to freeze your tuna noodle casserole, you have to remember to thaw it for 24 to 32 hours first then let it stand for 30 minutes at room temperature before baking.

How to reheat a casserole from the fridge

To reheat your tuna casserole using the oven, start by preheating the oven at 350F. Cover the top of your casserole with aluminum foil before popping it in the oven.

Reheating Casseroles in the Oven

To prevent your casserole from drying out, put a small microwave safe cup with a bit of water in the microwave along with your tuna casserole. Microwave for 2 to 3 minutes.

How to Reheat a Casserole in the Microwave

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