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Tuna Pasta Salad

 

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Recipe

Tuna Pasta Salad

I always loved this recipe but I never thought it was anything that other people would LOVE until a former roommate of mine became obsessed with it. In fact, she asked me to make for her every week for shabbos and also for her to snack on, during the week. This went on for our entire living together, until she realized she was moving away and had to learn to make it for herself!

Times

  • Prep Time : 10 min
  • Cook Time : 15 min
  • Ready Time : 25 min

Servings

Ingredients

  • Rigatoni Pasta
  • 1 can of ‘solid white albacore’ Tuna (the kind that is preserved in water, NOT OIL)
  • Ranch Dressing
  • Black Olives
  • Parsley
  • Syrian Cheese (can substitute Mozzarella Cheese)

Directions

Preparation

1 Boil water in an 11-inch skillet (3/4 of the way full of water)
2 Add 1 Cup Rigatoni Pasta
3 Cook on Medium heat for approximately 15 minutes, or until you can tell that the pasta is clearly cooked
4 Use colander to strain water, then put the cooked pasta back into the skillet (put on Low heat)
5 Add 1 can of solid white albacore Tuna (the kind that is preserved in water, NOT OIL)
6 Add 2 oz of Ranch Dressing, stir gently, but throughly
7 Add 2 tablespoons of sliced black olives
8 Stir gently, but throughly then Remove from heat
9 Shred your cheese on top of each individual serving, to suit & Add multiple dashes of parsley to the top (I use 6-7 dashes. See photo)
10 LINK to my Original Recipe Post: CLICK to SEE RECIPE

Special instructions

I always loved this recipe but I never thought it was anything that other people would LOVE until a former roommate of mine became obsessed with it. In fact, she asked me to make for her every week for shabbos and also for her to snack on, during the week. This went on for our entire living together, until she realized she was moving away and had to learn to make it for herself!

Source: This is an original recipe, by me

About Ruth Amber Gristak

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BH, I primarily work from my home office but that doesn't mean I have free time. I just like to utilize every minute. Recently, I started a cooking blog for myself (and, my future family) to access meal ideas, quickly. The project quickly reminded me why I became kosher (and FRUM). Being strictly kosher, and enjoying it, is amazing but it was also a life changing experience for me. If you want to read the story details, I posted my story on my personal cooking blog (www.cooking4you.org). My View on "Jewish Cooking" Since I grew up in a mainstream environment and far from eating kosher, I still know many people who do not keep kosher for various reasons. These reasons include (1) they are not Jewish (2) there are unsure of the rules and it seems difficult (3) they are very secular and have never heard of the concept. Where am I going with this? Many of these people automatically assume that

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