Trojan Tuna Tomato Pasta
A glorious simple dish inspired by the Trojans, Tuna and Tomatoes.
- 2 cloves Garlic
- 1 tin Tinned Tuna
- 1 tin Tinned tomatoes
- 1 serve Pasta
- 1 serve Pitted Kalamata Olives
- 3 pieces Sundried tomatoes
- 1 tsp Thyme
- 1 tsp Oregano
- 1 tbsp Vegetable stock
- 1 small handful Parsley
- Put the saucepan over low heat.
- Finely slice 3 cloves of garlic, add to the pan with a splash of olive oil.
- Literally put all of the ingredients into the saucepan, 1 tin of tuna, 1 tin of tomatoes, 1 serve of olives, finely slice the sundried tomatoes and add. 1 tsp of Thyme, Oregano and a tablespoon of dried vegetable stock.
- Cook the pasta as per the pasta instructions while simmering the rest of the ingredients.
- Combine the pasta and the tomato tuna infusion. Garnish with finely chopped parsley.
Ah the ancient city of Troy, knowledge of it’s whereabouts lost for many centuries, until the 1860’s when a German Archaeologist, Heinrich Schliemann journeyed to Turkey to discover the site of the famous city and succeeded! Through the ancient rubble over many years and revisions, decided that it was a simple dish of tinned tuna and tomatoes that the Trojan’s favoured and so we are here today to reimagine this dish with modernity. Real talk though, this is a very simple to make, nutritious dish. It’s the reason why I like to keep a tin of Tuna and Tinned tomatoes on hand, for when you want something easy and you don’t have anything else on hand. Very simple, very easy to make, very delicious. Give it a go!