Delicious Shrimp and Noodle Casserole

shrimp and Noodle Casserole

Welcome to Home Cooking Haven, where we celebrate the joy of creating delicious meals for you to enjoy in the comfort of your own home.

Our passion for cooking shows through in every recipe we share, and today we are excited to present a mouthwatering dish that will delight your taste buds, A Shrimp and Noodle Casserole with cheese, mushrooms, and sweet corn.

This hearty and flavorful casserole is a perfect blend of succulent shrimp, tender noodles, creamy cheese, earthy mushrooms, and sweet corn, all baked to golden perfection.

Join us on a culinary journey as we explore the simple yet comforting flavors of this delightful dish.


  • 450g Small shrimps cooked, shelled and deveined.
  • 30g noodles cooked.
  • 45g butter or margarine.
  • 45g flour.
  • 426ml milk.
  • 230g cheese.
  • 1 tin sweetcorn.
  • 100g sliced mushroom.
  • 2 TBS buttered crumbs.
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  • Make a white sauce with the butter and flour, adding milk, salt and pepper to taste.
  • Stir in the cheese, continuing to stir until it is melted. 
  • Add the noodles, shrimps, and mushrooms to the sauce.
  • Blend well and pour into a greased medium casserole.
  • Top with crumbs and bake for 30 minutes in a hot oven, 400°or until brown and bubbly.
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Benefits of Mushrooms

Mushrooms are not only delicious additions to various dishes, but also offer a wide range of health benefits.  Here are some of some benefits of including mushrooms in your diet.

Nutrient Rich

  • Mushrooms are low in calories but high in nutrients, including vitamins (such as vitamin D, B vitamins, and vitamin C, minerals such as potassium, selenium, and copper.
Vitamin C

Anti-Cancer properties

  • Mushrooms contain a significant amount of the anti-oxidant Selenium which is helpful in an anti-cancer diet.

Lower Blood Pressure

  • Mushrooms will help lower blood pressure because it contains potassium which is a mineral that helps your body control blood pressure.

Help with Brain Health

  • Mushrooms contain important nutrients which protect neurons from damage. Research has also show that people who integrate mushrooms into their diets appear to have a lower risk of cognitive which often precedes Alzheimer's.


We at Home Cooking Haven. Com, where we celebrate the timeless art of cooking, are today diving into the nostalgic world of old-fashioned Lemon Meringue pie. 

This classic dessert is a delightful combination of tangy lemon filling and fluffy meringue topping, guaranteed to transport you back to Grandma's kitchen with every bite.

So, join us where we will show you how to try your hands on this old fashioned and  beloved recipe.


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  • 1pkt Tennis Biscuit finely crushed.
  • ½ cup butter melted.
  • 3 extra-large eggs, separated.
  • Grated peel and juice of  4 lemons.
  • 1 can (250g) condensed milk.  
  • 180ml Castor sugar.
  • 5ml vanilla essence.
  • Preheat oven to 180°.
  • Grase a 20cm tart dish.
  • Mix biscuits and butter together and press onto base and sides of tart dish.
  • Bake for 10 minutes and remove from oven.
  • Beat eggs yolks, lemon peel and juice together, until thick and creamy.
  • Beat in condensed milk and pour mixture into taste shell.
  • Whisk egg whites, castor sugar and vanilla together until they form fluffy white peaks. 
  • Spoon meringue over filling andbake for 25-30min.
  • Allow to cool and serve.

As you savor the comforting flavors of our shrimp and noodle casserole, let the warmth of homemade goodness fill your kitchen and your heart.

Whether you are cooking for family, friends, or simply treating yourself to a delicious meal, this dish is sure to become a staple in your recipe collection.

And for a sweet finish, indulge in the timeless charm of our old-fashioned lemon meringue pie. With its zesty lemon filling and pillowing meringue topping, it's a dessert that never goes out of style.

Thank YOU for joining us at Home Cooking Haven, where every recipe is a celebration of love, tradition, and the joy of cooking.

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