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Old 03-10-2008, 01:11 AM
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..i make sauce for pasta with white tuna packed in water and use my own oil
Vincent, this sounds interesting....what's your recipe look like?

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Old 03-15-2008, 05:15 AM
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It's quite an easy recipe Jim. I start by slicing 4 or 5 cloves of garlic and about half a small onion paper thin. Place them in a small sauce pan with just enough oil to float them. Medium high heat to slightly soften then add 2 cans of white tuna in water (don't drain the water). Increase the heat to high and quickly heat the tuna thru. Add salt, pepper and a touch of italian seasoning. I've also used a little finely chopped fresh parsley at time instead of the italian seasoning. Drop the heat to low and slowly simmer. Usually around an hour. You'll know its done when the onion and garlic can't be seen. The only thing that takes a little getting used to is as it simmers you'll have to add a bit of water or a bit more oil. Its all a matter of taste but i find that just enough oil to carry the sauce thru the pasta is plenty. Cook up a pound of angel hair (regular thin spaghetti doesn't hold the sauce as well) drain well, pour the sauce over the pasta, toss well and enjoy. My wife and i many times will broil a small piece of salmon to go with it. A nice fresh tossed salad and a glass of your favorite white wine compliment the dish well. And just a note. I never use EVOO in it; a bit too over powering. Just plain old second squeezing olive oil. If you have a pasta machine the homeade thin noodles with this are icing on the cake. I hope you give it a try.
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