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Cheesy Tuna Spaghetti


Description:
I found the orig recipe from Jai's page. It's really quick and easy to prepare.. I modify it somehow by adding cheese on it to make is creamy and more appealing to Yzabel. Since she loves cheese so much!

Ingredients:
* 250 g spaghetti noodles
* 2 tablespoons olive oil
* 6 garlic cloves, minced
* 1 (8 ounce) can tuna in vegetable oil
* 1 1/2 tablespoons dried basil leaves (Kroger) or fresh oregano leaves
* 1 bar cheese grated/chopped tiny squares
* salt

Directions:
- Cook the pasta noodles according to package directions.
- Meanwhile while pasta is cooking, heat olive oil in pan.
- Saute garlic in oil until lightly brown or fragrant is release.
- Stir in tuna including the vegetable oil.
- Stir in the cheese.Cook this for 1 minute.
- Stir in the cooked pasta and mix. Remove from heat.
- Season with salt. Add more salt and dried basil leaves according to your taste.

Note: Only start cooking the tuna when your pasta is just a few minutes from getting done. That way, the pasta is mixed with the sauted tuna while it's still hot to incorporate the taste.

Comments

direk coco said…
wow yummy sana, meron bang pang vegis?
Mich Gonzales said…
m sure masarap to sis...

try ko ha!!!
hmmm.. il try to experiment one time with the veggie-pasta.. heheheh
sure sure sis.. hehehe and then rate mo din ha.. ^_^
Jaie Principe said…
sis guaranteed masarap at napakadaling lutuin nito ^_^
oo sis.. nung una niluto ko yung orig mo.. the second time sinamahan ko na ng cheese.. my daughter loved it as in.. dami nyang nakain.. :)
Julie Nabong said…
wwaaahhh.. i love pasta! nagutom ako nito! bad ka! wwaahhhh..
easy to prepare lang sis.. khit now pde ka magluto.. 30mins maximum time.. hehehehe
Julie Nabong said…
ay prob ko wala ako ingredients eh.. ahihih .. cheese lang meron ako and hmm.. garlic? hahahahah..
ahahahaha ayos na combination..
Len Gonz said…
parang masarap ito.:))
take it from me.. masarap sya.. hehehe and so easy to prepare...
Len Gonz said…
sige nga at ma-try. thanks for sharing.:))
Jenn Valmonte said…
Cheese and garlic compliments each other.
Jenn Valmonte said…
1 bar of cheese? Hmm... baka mapagalitan ako sa bahay nyan. Heheheh..
arriane adriano said…
wow!!
ill try this din, den ill give you feedback.
as in un lang?? hindi na sya lalagyan ng maraming sauce??
ilang klg ng cheese??
yup sis.. and yummy.. hehehehe
hahahaha sorry for that.. i mean yung 1 pack ng cheese.. ako i used it all up kasi yung half mix sa luto yung half grated eh garnish.. hehehe
cge cge sis.. actually yung sa cheese.. kahit half lang nung regular pack.. depende sa panlasa mo pa din.. hehehe
daisy nufable said…
Hey this looks deliciouse...pwedeng-pwede for the holy week...no meat! I'll make this on good friday! Maybe ny daughter will eat it? Would it be ok to add bechmel sauce?
hmmm this made me research about bechamel sauce.. hehehe and i say that i think it's ok.. depende sa taste po ng kakain..since it will make the pasta creamier..

pero po input lang.. this one is oil based.. kasi yung vegetable oil ng tuna flakes kasama sa pagluluto eh.. ^_^
daisy nufable said…
ok if I ever gat to cook it I will give you a feed back and maybe a picture :)
arriane adriano said…
momy g... i tried it last saturday. i put a lot of cheese.. super sarap.
nagustuhan din ng mga frends ko.. yummy talga sya..
pero i put 3 tabble sppon of spag sauce. nakakita kasi ako sa bahay. wahahaha.
para lang my konting color.. di ko lang napicturan excited kasi ako ipakain eh..
tnx for sharing. ill share it too on my site!!

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