Tuna spaghetti in 10 minutes

Go home hungry, take out the standing stock in the refrigerator, buy an onion and small tomatoes in the downstairs stall, and you can eat a plate of fragrant pasta in 10 minutes ~!

Go home hungry, take out the standing stock in the refrigerator, buy an onion and small tomatoes in the downstairs stall, and you can eat a plate of fragrant pasta in 10 minutes ~!

Material

Purple onion 1
Small tomatoes 10-12
Fresh Tuna Natural Spring Tuna 1 can
Hunt's Pasta Sauce (250g) 1 bag
olive oil a little
black pepper powder a little
salt a little
spaghetti According to individual meal

Peel the onion and cut it into small chopped chops, the smaller the better.

After washing the small tomatoes, cut them in half.

After the pan is heated, add some olive oil and keep on medium heat.

Add minced onions and stir fry.

After smelling the aroma of onion and olive oil, add small tomatoes and stir fry.

Pour into a bag of pasta sauce. Fry again.

Pour a whole can of tuna and the soup inside can also be poured in. No waste.

After frying, add a little black pepper and salt.

Just keep the fire on for a while. During this period, you can flip it a little bit to smash large pieces of tuna. When you see the sauce is rich, you can turn off the heat. Usually 5-8 minutes.

Start another pot and boil water to cook the noodles. After the water boils, add the salt and add the pasta. Personally think that the noodles are more delicious when cooked for 10 minutes.

Take out the noodles, pour the sauce and start eating ~!

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