Tuna Carbonara Pasta Recipe

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Tuna Carbonara Pasta Recipe
April 10, 2017

Throwback to my college days where the lack of time, energy, and money sometimes left me clueless come dinner time. Do I go out drinking with my friends, or have a hot meal for dinner? During nights like those, I'd turn to a trusty pasta dish, an easy option that I know a lot of college kids turn to when it comes to cooking. 

With this recipe, I take some eggs and Century Tuna to put together a creamy, healthy dish that'll save you whether you're stuck in your dorm room or feeding a bunch of people for dinner at home. Enjoy!

 

Recipe:

4 cloves of garlic minced

½ red onion, minced

½ can Century Tuna Hand Line

3 tbsp minced black olives

1 tsp chopped capers

Zest of 1 lemon

1 tsp olive oil

1 egg yolk

100g brown rice pasta, cooked

2 tbsp minced parsley

Salt and pepper

1.Sear the onions and garlic for 2 mins with some olive oil. Add in the tuna, olives, capers and lemon zest.

2.After 5 minutes. Put an egg yolk in a bowl and mix it with ¼ cup of warm pasta water, whisky quickly. Add the egg off the fire into the pasta and mix until you’ve got a creamy dish. Season with salt and pepper. Serve with parsley and some evoo.

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Erwan Heussaff

I'm an Ex-Fat Kid who loves to cook and create content. I believe food is an essential part in a healthy life and I try to show that through video recipes of some healthy, and some not-so-healthy dishes. It's all about balance. I touch on travel, fitness, nutrition and life in general. Come and join The Fat Kid Inside community. It's good fun.

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