Tuna, spring onion, mayo, penne pasta

Put tuna chunks (in brine) into a bowl with mayo, two thinly sliced spring onion, garlic granules, salt and pepper, mix it up.

Boil pasta (penne). Drain it. Add contents of bowl to pan with pasta, mix up. Serve. More black pepper.

One of the greatest meals of all time. Fuck off.

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everybody talk about… pop music!

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harry nilsson draft lyrics etc

That looks like a lovely recipe unless you hate any of the ingredients.

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I hate tuna, so…
No dice.

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Change the tuna to (spring water) add some sweetcorn and a big dollop of pesto.

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…Sessions.

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Don’t even dream of changing it to tasteless spring water. Sweetcorn unnecessary makes it too sweet. Not sure of pesto.

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Apparently you only get the omegas in the spring water version but fuck it.

thanks barleygsugar, i have accumulated ated rather a lot of tuna and pasta and this should see me in good stead for the next five years

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oh wait no, my tuna containeth sunflower oil :scream:

Change the tuna to smoked mackerel and the mayonnaise to cream and I’m there

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That sounds amazing tbf

Might buy some smoked mackerel

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Tuna melt but made with smoked mackerel and cream is one of the all time top sandwiches.

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An absolute Coldplay single of a meal.

Seen loads of leaked images of you sat at a table with a party hat on on your birthday eating it and loving it

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Brine makes it taste too fishy

Lovely salt

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I make a really tasty smoked mackerel pasta bake if anyone’s interested.

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Needs capers

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Penne rigata, not penne lisce. In fact, NEVER penne lisce