Every once in a while I remember this yummy pasta recipe that includes tuna, feta cheese and capers. It is one of my favorites because I LOVE salty things, and this combo is perfect, because it’s not too salty for Anthony, who is less of a fan.
The other great thing is that it tastes great warm or cold, and only requires the ability to boil water. Here’s what you need:
– Half a 16 oz box of rotini pasta
– Big bunch of broccoli, chop off the crowns
– 2 cans White Albacore Tuna, drained
– Juice of 1 lemon
– 4 tablespoons olive oil
– 4-5 tablespoons capers (or more if you’re me and you love them)
– Feta cheese
Boil the pasta and steam the broccoli. I usually put the broccoli in a mesh strainer over the pasta water to steam it while the pasta boils. One pot = awesome. Whisk the olive oil and lemon juice together to make the dressing, and add in a little salt & pepper.
Once the pasta and broccoli are cooked, mix together and add in tuna, capers and dressing. Served topped with feta cheese – warm or cold.