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Theo shut this down
Bad as a hot one
cold or hot its rank.
Pull yourself together.
tuna, pasta, cheese, sweetcorn, onions, other stuff?
Stop putting things you don't like/don't think go together in dishes you're planning to eat. That's my advice.
I DONT EAT IT. I don't want your advice ant because i'm not going to put a tin of tuna and some pasta together LET ALONE add fucking cheese.
god damn it
reserve it for the school canteen
And then in a fit of student hangover-and-poorness-induced-starvation I once ate a tuna and cheese melt, and it changed my life forever.
nor am I poor.
I'd probably just eat pasta and pesto if I was poor. Infact, I do that now anyway. Just pasta and pesto. Maybe some bacon lardons.
is the BSNS
PEOPLE WHO only prepare food using tinned/dried/frozen ingredients.
Sometimes you've not got much money. Tuna, pasta and sweetcorn is one of the tinned meals that's a pretty safe bet if so. I hate most tinned fish though...
Canned meals helped prolong World War 1. EVIL
I don't want to get all thewarn on you but I'm not soaking kidney beans for 24 hours. I want someone to soak them for me.
I'm more against the laziness that it implies, its a bit 'school dinners'. Gotta give it more love than that.
need to do it again soon.
tuna w/mayo mixed in
my friend scoffed at the idea but then she tried it and scoffed it all up cos it was lush.
i cant bring myself to that with those ingredients.
second scoff = gobbled up with delight
Put a decent amount of curry powder in too.
Mackerel is my favourite fish (fresh, not tinned) but that sounds like a gross pasta dish.
it's well good
It's fucking great. As is tinned mackerel. You're being wrong more than normal in this thread.
tuna it hot meals, i mean
i had a pasta dish with tuna steak just last night. it was nice.
I bet he loves it.
my mum bought me some tuna 'sausages' i never even tried them, they are probably still in the freezer at my family home somewhere.
Can't even begin to think about that.
just raw tuna in a sausage shape? then you cook it?
Just tasted a bit weird really
vietnam once. not nice. didnt help that one had a hair in it.
i wouldn't usually go for beef sasausges.
why is it that anything other tahn pork in a willy shape seems unappealing? apart from real willies obvsa
probs had some rusk/flavouring in there too, the idea of it was totally off putting though.
sausages should be eaten with baked beans or gravy. fish and gravy? heck no.
It still scares me. But I'm excited about all of the childhood opportunites I missed.
but only mixed mayonnaise with chopped capers and gherkins and stuffed in a sarnie.....or possibly in a nicoise salad.
NOT with sweetcorn, cheese and pasta!
I understand less and less about the world
I enjoyed it.
why is this thread even a thing, didn't think this was controversial?
and even then, clams and mussels or even prawns are far, far, far more suitable
just clams if you're doing it properly
it's bachelor food, quite cheap at that & in terms of that it's perfectly acceptable. Middle class ponse
ah fine have it your way - foodie thread brings out foodie tendencies
it's even cheaper, and nicer, to mix it with a bit of garlic, basil and cheese
*off to the shops*
throw in a dab of any olive oil you've got lying around
it sounds great & I have everything but the cheese
cook the pasta, drain almost all the water (like, leave about 2 or 3 mm at the bottom of the pan), then heat it with the oil, the grated cheese, the basil and the chopped garlic for a couple of minutes while stirring, then season to serve
tuna casserole. Also, tuna pasta salads are divine. I'm going to die of mercury poisoning.
tuna steak will just break down to mush....tell me more about this.
It's actually very, very tasty. I just made some last night!
-Half package of egg noodles
-2 tablespoons butter/margerine/whatever you use
-onion flakes or 1/4 cup chopped onion
-2 teaspoons garlic powder
-1 tablespoon tabasco sauce
-1 can cream of mushroom soup
-1/2 cup frozen peas, thawed
-2 tablespoons sour cream
-1 can tuna, drained
Cook egg noodles. Drain. Use warm pot to combine the rest of the ingredients. Mix together. Stir in noodles. Transfer mixture to a greased pan. Top with bread crumbs, corn flakes, or french fried onions. Bake for 30 minutes at 400 degrees.
is offensively boring
tuna pasta i mean.
oh i'm going to sleep.
i'm usually against tinned food but fresh tuna is pretty expensive. tuna pasta bake was ok when i was a kid. how does tuna and pasta just work? what else is in there?
also people having a go at frozen sweetcorn, wtf?!
At least in my version.
also mint works instead of parsley. never had both together but i don't see why there would be a problem.