What I Ate Wednesdays: Spicy Tuna & Potato Spirelli

It’s another day of hungry eats at home. This is inspired by the Spirelli pasta we love at Pop Rock cafe. Thanks to my sister! She is the only one inspired to cook and the Fusilli Tricolore had to go to our tummy.

Baronia Pasta

 Print the recipe found below.

Fusilli Tricolore

Unfortunately, for my self-esteem, I was already too full when I ate a small plate of the pasta. But, who cares? No counting calories! And obviously, I don’t want to miss out on Fusilli and Spicy pasta!

Spicy Tuna & Potato Spirelli
Recipe Type: Pasta
Cuisine: Italian
Author: AUDREY of audreyisms.com
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Serves: 6 – 8 persons
Because we love pasta and Hot n Spicy Century Tuna.
  • 180 grams of Fusilli Tricolore Pasta
  • 180 grams of Century Tuna Hot & Spicy
  • 250ml Nestle Cream
  • Cheese, garnish
  • 1 Potato, cut into cubes
  • Garlic, saute
  • Onion, saute
  • 1 tbsp oil
  • Salt and Pepper
  1. Cook pasta as directed in the packet.
  2. Boil potato cubes with a dash of salt.
  3. Once pasta and potato is tender, set aside.
  4. Saute onion and garlic with the tuna oil until translucent.
  5. Add in the Tuna meat.
  6. Cook in low heat for 2 minutes and pour in the Nestle cream.
  7. Let tuna and sauce simmer for 2 more minutes .
  8. Then, season with salt and pepper to taste.
  9. Combine the pasta and potato into the mixture.
  10. Top with grated cheese when served.

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About Audrey

I have been blogging since 2007 via Blogger and then Wordpress. I like taking pictures with my Canon 450D camera and iPhone 4. I am a licensed Teacher, holds a degree in Business with a major in Entrepreneurial Marketing. Currently, I work from home as a Social Media Manager for a media company and Project Manager for a mobile app company. A Life Enthusiast, Freelancer, Hopeless Romantic, Dreamer, Lover of the Arts. For business inquiries, please fill out the Contact form.


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