Retro Dishes Everyone Used To Love

Tuna Noodle Casserole

Tuna noodle casserole was a regular midweek fixture that could be made entirely from pantry staples and canned goods. The dish was made with pasta, Campbell’s cream of mushroom soup, frozen peas, tuna and breadcrumbs.

Chicken à la King

 Chicken is cooked in a creamy sauce with mushrooms and peppers, and served with rice or toasted bread. It makes a convenient and quick family-friendly midweek meal.

Cheeseburger Pie

Ground beef is mixed with onion and flavoured with ketchup, mustard and Worcestershire sauce. It's then layered with classic burger ingredients like tomato, gherkins and, of course, cheese.

Chicken Tetrazzini

An extremely rich dish, it consists of spaghetti with chicken, mushrooms, Parmesan and cream sauce, baked in a casserole dish until golden on top.

Potato Salad Pie

Cooked potatoes, celery, onion and parsley are shaped into a pie base, topped with a generous layer of mayonnaise and garnished with tomatoes and watercress.

Popcorn Salad

People couldn't believe someone was putting popcorn in a salad – but actually the idea is nothing new. The dish an old Midwestern one that's been around for decades.

Spaghetti Casserole

They were a great way to recycle leftovers and stretch them into a second meal to feed the family. Spaghetti casserole was a go-to option, with layers of spaghetti, minced beef and vegetables.

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