Tuna supper casserole

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      (the budget part is everything came from Dollar general)
      2 cans starkist tuna (1.00 for both together)
      1/2 bottle dehydrated onion (its 50 cents for bottle so cost is .25
      for recipe)
      3 c. cooked rice (the entire bag is 1.00 and i have tons left)
      1 can mixed veggies (.34 )
      1 can mushrooms(.50)
      1 can cream of celery soup(.50)
      1 can cream of chicken soup (.50)
      1 can bean sprouts (1.00)
      1 T soy sauce (had some @ home)
      1 pkg dry chinese noodles (1.00)

      I cooked rice first, according to package directions.
      I put 1 T shed spread (.50 for the lb-already had at home) into a
      large skillet and heated the drained tuna and the dehydrated onion
      together. I added about 1/2 t. chopped garlic (from jar-which is 1.00
      for entire jar)and simmered for about 2 mins.I added the soups and
      stirred. I rinsed the cans of mixed veggies, mushrooms and
      beansprouts 3 times with cool water to take away the tinny flavor
      that sometimes happens with canned veggies.(Also reduces sodium that
      may be in the canned veggies) . I added them and mixed throughly and
      added cooked rice and soy sauce to casserole. Heated throughly all
      together . Then let it cool slightly before serving on a bed of dry
      chinese noodles. I think it would serve 6 comfortably and 8 with
      smaller servings.
      For dessert I had 2 molasses cookies ($1.00) for package of 8 and
      coffee left from breakfast(this is only thing not from dollar general-
      I buy this from the local mexican supermarket near work for 3.86 per
      llb and its just as good, I think , as Starbuck’s espresso.)

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