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Friday, June 5, 2009

Tuna Tagliatelle

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onion
garlic
vine tomatoes
small tin tomatoes mainly to add colour.
freshly ground pepper
sea salt
extra virgin olive oil
finely chopped parsley
parmesan cheese
tins of tuna in sunflower oil
fresh italian tagliatelle

sautee onion and garlic in extra virgin olive oil. add the tin tuna and add the fresh tomatoes, tin tomatoes and simmer in medium heat until all juices comes out of the tomatoes.season with sea salt anf freshly ground pepper .

put the fresh tagliatelle noodles in boiling water for a couple of minutes.

sprinkle the finely chopped parsley and parmesan cheese when ready to serve as garnishing



oh! you can add a pinch of sugar if the sauce proves to be tart to your liking..bon appetit!!!

11 comments:

  1. Eng, gosh, I am getting hungry, this looks super yummy! Thanks for sharing, I will do make this one.

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  2. betchai, girlash... i made it for dinner tonite..ha!ha!ha! since i am in the mood to cook( to the hubby's astonishement..ha!ha!ha!)i prepared his fav dessert, leche flan.made it firm this time, took your advice, it works,yehey!

    not only that, i also prepared ysa's now favotite dessert, caramel cream.

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  3. Eng, can I have some of your tuna tagliatelle? Sadly, I lack some ingredients right now so I can not make it.

    Have to go to supermarket first.

    And please pass the caramel cream and leche flan too :)

    I am hungry :(

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  4. Chay :

    This looks so delicious Eng ! I really like it when dish has simple ingredients and this one is ! I will give this one a try. I have a similar dish called "tuna casserole" , will show you the sample next time. I like the way you take pictures of your plate - I need to find that right angle from my camera !

    And on the desert - yeah, paki pass din please, I want to have a couple slices of your leche flan and caramel cream !

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  5. chay,sunshine!! girl miss you! sorry if i lifted your menu from salitype forum to here. just got carried away with postings stuff...ha1ha!ha!

    girl, what do you think of our new home? lovely, isn't it!

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  6. It really is coming along faster than what I thought Eng! I am getting all excited and already started promoting it to my friends - they are waiting for the big day ! I am seeing a lot of followers on our recipes which makes me so excited. Hey we need to get our recipes and photos ready as we hit the web ! I am thinking of making something special for the big day !

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  7. do that sunshine girl! food and cooking are quite searchable item on the web.instead of buying cooking book, i click away and whoa..there it is!!!

    i, too, am thinking of something to prepare for the big day. let's do it girls!!!

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  8. when is the big day? wow! exciting talaga 'tong new site natin! i am so proud to be a salityper!

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  9. Eng, will be making tuna tagliatelle tonight (without the tuna though since Khai can't have one). Know what? It is so easy for me to find your old post, all i did was used our search box, i typed tuna tagliatelle, and it lead me to this post, no more hard labor in finding a post :)

    neway, thanks again Eng, for this recipe.

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  10. bethchai girl! just had tuna tagliatelle last night for dinner

    enjoy your's tonight!

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  11. I'm just wondering, I love to cook, especially for beakfast.What is an easy, yummy food to make for breakfast? What are your favorite breakfast foods.

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