Many years ago I told an Italian how we eat pasta with breadcrumbs – an absolutely unimaginable thing :)) – and he gave me a recipe for pasta with tuna in exchange.
Take a frying pan, throw in the contents of a can of tuna, some cloves of garlic, basil, salt, pepper, olive oil, chopped tomatoes or tomatoes in sauce and put it on the fire. I also added some red peppers.
The sauce is mixed with short pasta, cooked al dente.
There can be no disaster if you don’t ruin the pasta. 🙂
The second variant of pasta is even simpler. 🙂 Boil some broccoli, then throw it in a pan with olive oil and some chopped garlic cloves. If you also want meat, well, you can be creative. 🙂 Or you can see what you have in the fridge. At the end add basil and the boiled pasta.
No matter how disastrous you are, don’t boil pasta until it sticks. 🙂 And don’t cook vegetables until they become pasta. 🙂
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