Don’t ask me why, but I used to dislike shrimps when I was young (maybe I didn’t think they were lazy enough to eat!…). Then, one day I was converted like a person who saw heaven and came back.
Combining them with tuna here may seem like some kind of an exaggeration, but a really tasty one!…
Laziness Factor: 2
[where 0 is eating chewing gum and 4 is cooking a paella while flying a plane]
Ingredients for 4 servings:
– 8 shrimps
– 500g casarecce
– 1 tuna can
– 1 onion
– 2 green peppers
– 4 sun-dried tomatoes, chopped.
– 400g grated hard cheese.
– rosemary and chilli
Before starting boiling my pasta, I realized my shrimps weren’t 100% defrosted, so I soaked them in a bowl of water.
Half an hour later I started the process: boil the pasta in salted water according to the cooking instructions.
Chop the green peppers and the onion and put them in a pan with hot olive oil.
Drain the water from the tuna can.
When the onion has turned clear, add the tuna…
…and then the shrimps, the rosemary and the chili.
Chop the tomatoes…
…and throw them in.
Just a minute before you drain the pasta, add the cheese into the pan.
Then drain the casarecce and throw them in.
Colourful and delicious!…
For the visual types amongst us, here is a video version of this recipe:
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