- 5 years ago
- Wedding: October 2015
I’m organizing my weekly menu and I’ve decided I want to make a baked tuna casserole, but I have a few questions concerning the noodles:
1. After cooking the noodles, do you immediately put the noodles into the baking dish or do you let them sit and air dry in the colander? I’m worried that if I prepare the casserole right away there will be so much moisture still within the noodles that it’ll be runny!
2. Do you pour cold water over the noodles after they’ve been drained? I know this is a handy hack when making cold pasta salads as it helps it from sticking, but would the same be true for a casserole?
I just want to make sure I don’t have a runny sauce and a clumpy mess!
Thanks, bees, :).