Tuna pasta recipe
If you end the morning feeling drained, maybe because you haven't eaten a proper breakfast, you'll need an energy boost at lunchtime. This is it. There are complex carbohydrates in the pasta, protein, minerals and vitamin D in the tuna, and vitamin C in the peppers and spring onions. Add a helping of fruit and you have all you need to see you right through until the evening. (Serves 2)
Pasta spirals: Fresh or dried 200g
Extra-virgin olive oil: About 1 tablespoon
Tuna canned in brine or olive oil: about 150g (drained weight)
Red pepper: 1, cut, into small cubes
Spring onions: 2, sliced
Mayonnaise: 4 tablespoons
Fresh fruit: To complete the meal
Cook the pasta according to the packet instructions / Drizzle with a little oil, mix well and leave to cool / Drain and flake the tuna / Stir in the peppers and spring onions, then blend in the mayonnaise / Pack into small containers and serve followed by fresh fruit to complete the meal.
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