Now that my daughter already knew how to cook, I always include pasta, tomato sauce, and cheese in my grocery list. She always cooks pasta with any available ingredients when she craves for a quick snack. She is still discovering different recipes out of tuna. Chicken Alfredo will be her next recipe by which I will post another entry later.
Here’s my recipe for Linguine Pasta with Century Tuna.
Ingredients: Century Tuna, olive, linguine pasta, onion, garlic, tomato, butter and mushroom
Melt two teaspoon of butter in a pan. Saute garlic, onion and tomato and olive, then mix Century Tuna, pepper and seasonings. Mix the pasta and top the pasta with grated cheese. That easy! as easy as 1-2-3. Never even try this without a cheese as it’s the main ingredient in pasta.
And here’s my daughter’s own version. With the same ingredients but she put tomato paste that makes her pasta more colorful. She added tomato and more olive, less the mushroom.
You’ll never go wrong with your recipe when its main ingredient is cheese! Whatever it tastes like, it will make a big difference with good cheese. Try the Parmesan, a bit pricey but better in taste.