Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Spaghetti, the lazy version


1/2 lb spaghetti (in this dish I used angel hair because it's what's available)
1 pouch Clara Ole Sweet Style spaghetti sauce
Century Tuna flakes in oil (I took out the oil here to reduce the "fishy" smell)
olive oil
salt and pepper to taste
parmesan cheese

Very simple steps. Boil the noodles. Pour a generous amount of olive oil in hot casserole (generous so that the noodles will not stick with each other). Add the tuna into the oil, mix-mix a little, then add the spaghetti sauce. Let it simmer for a little while (about 30sec). When the noodle is cooked, add the noodles to the sauce that is still simmering. I don't know if there's a difference when you pour the sauce over the noodles or when you add the noodles to the sauce. I just add the noodles to the sauce because it's easier, saves time. Add a little ground black pepper and salt to taste. Top with parmesan cheese or whatever cheese you want. and.. that's it! Bon appetit!

P.S. The dish is best eaten with a cup of brewed coffee. Promise.

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