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Tuna Pomodoro

April/May 2005, The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006)

Your rating: None Average: 3.9 (52 votes)

Inspired by the Italian dish spaghetti al tonno e pomodoro, this quick and healthy pasta became a staff favorite at EatingWell. If you keep canned tuna and whole-wheat pasta on hand, you'll do what we did: return to this quick meal again and again.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This is a great dish, I have also made it with cooked frozen shrimp, when I don't have canned tuna on hand. :D "
Tuna Pomodoro Recipe

10 Reviews for Tuna Pomodoro

01/19/2013
Will Try!

My Italian dad used to make this when I was a kid, and it was fantastic! This recipe is exactly as he made it, learned from his mother. I'm going to make this myself!

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03/12/2012
Anonymous
Restaurant quality -and so so easy and cheap!

I could not get out of the house today and had absolutely nothing to make for dinner. I had some tuna and some tomatoes (in a can), etc. and ran into this recipe. So very easy and my kitchen smells glorious. I used a 14.5 can of Red Pack petite tomatoes (with sweet onion) and one 14.5 can of Del Monte diced no salt added tomatoes. I did not use anchovies but added the red pepper. Paired with whole wheat pasta and we have a winner here! So delighted! Will definitely be making this again!!!!

Easy, healthy, use what you already have
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10/01/2010
Anonymous

This is a great dish, I have also made it with cooked frozen shrimp, when I don't have canned tuna on hand. :D

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07/16/2010
Anonymous

Very delicious and easy to make! I was so tired after work last night and needed to make something for dinner. I cooked basil seasoning in the tomatoes and tuna instead of the fresh basil.

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06/14/2010
Anonymous

This recipe was so easy, and I had all of the ingredients on hand. Perfect combination of heartiness and heat. I would definitely make this again.

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