Cooking on a boat is definitely different from cooking on land. On our boat, the galley is small (like most boats) so one-pot recipes are favourites. And ones that use the Instant Pot are even better like this Easiest Broccoli Tuna Casserole. It tastes just like a stove top version but takes less than 30 minutes and doesn’t use too much of my valuable kitchen real estate.
This recipe works with both dairy and non-dairy milk and cheese. I rarely have dairy milk on the boat as neither of us drink it, handsome hubby drinks his coffee black and my fridge isn’t that big. Same with cheese. There is usually some for HH’s sandwiches and even for special meals like pizza and lasagna but I find the Daiya shreds works just as well in casseroles like this. So use what you like and what you have.
This Easiest Broccoli Tuna Casserole recipe was made on a 37 foot Tollycraft using an Instant Pot 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker – 6 Qt. See other boat tested recipes.
Easiest Broccoli Tuna Casserole (Instant Pot)Possibly the easiest broccoli tuna casserole thanks to frozen veggies, canned tuna and an Instant Pot. Dinner in less then 30 minutes and clean-up is a breeze!