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Tuna with Bolognesa

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For a rich family evening, this recipe is perfect to serve in a single dish what you need. You will surely love it!
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4 portions
  • 4 cans Tuna
  • 1 can tomato sauce, for pasta
  • 1/4 carrots
  • basil, dry to taste
  • 1/2 kilos mushroom
  • salt, to taste
  • grated parmesan cheese, to taste
  • 2 spaghetti
  • 1/4 manchego cheese, grated
  • 1 stick butter, 90 gr
  • 1 clove garlic
  • aromatic herbs
  • black pepper, to taste


Put water to boil, enough for the pasta to cover when cooking, add the garlic, salt, the leaves of smell and two tablespoons of butter. Leave until the first boil, then put the pasta and let cook between 10-15 min. Remove, drain and set aside
Chop the mushrooms and carrots in cubes, in a pan let melt a tablespoon of butter and start to fry the carrots until they are soft, add the mushrooms, remove from the fire until both vegetables are well cooked.
Mix the pasta with the vegetables, open the tuna cans and mix well.
Sauce: In a pot, put to heat butter, add the can of pasta sauce, let the first boil stirring from time to time so that the sauce does not peel. Season with basil to taste, add pepper. Cut the manchego cheese in small squares and add little by little to the sauce until it is well blended. Remove.
Add the sauce to the pasta. Stir until all the pasta and vegetables are bathed in our sauce.
Top with parmesan cheese to taste.


When serving you can decorate with fresh basil leaves, and two European breads or simply toasted with butter or some bread sticks.


This recipe is very good with garlic bread, which you can make yourself, with bread roll, blanket and garlic powder, with a little fresh or dried basil. Remember that the point of cooking of pasta is when its shape becomes flexible and somewhat sticky. You can verify by throwing a noodle at the wall, if it stays stuck your pasta is at the perfect point. If it bounces, it is missing a bit.

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