Post subject: Recipes for making tuna edible
Tue May 03, 2011 12:33 pm
I thought we could take the blurb on the section title at its word. Personally, I've always liked tuna. Sometimes I'm really comfortable with my life choices, you know?
My own way of making tuna edible is what I call the tomatoey-pasta-sauce-ish thing. It's simple:
1. Chop an onion and some garlic (I like two cloves or sometimes more, but then I'm a freak)
2. Saute the onion, and at the last minute throw in the garlic, letting the garlic cook for literally 20 seconds before adding a tin of chopped tomatoes and a can of tuna.
3. Once it's all bubbling, put the pasta on.
4. When the pasta's done, season the sauce, adding oregano if you like, toss the pasta in the sauce and add olives- black for choice.
It's basic, fairly simple, and cheap, but I'm sure somebody can do better...