1 pound medium shell pasta
1 cup frozen peas
3 cans (small cans) or 1 large can
chunk white tuna
1 cup mayonnaise
1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
1/2 red onion, diced
Salt and pepper to taste
Cook pasta according about 8 minutes so it’s al dente.
While cooking, mix together tuna with mayonnaise, mustard, frozen peas, onions, and s&p in a very large bowl.
Drain and rinse pasta with cold water.
Add cooled pasta to tuna mixture.
Cover and refrigerate a few hours before serving.
Hello Everyone. No WIWW(What I wore Wednesday) post today. Due to I'm busy trying to get my house back together. Plus I lost my photo taking spot. Do to the junk we pulled out of all the rooms we redid. I tell you redoing your whole house at once is a lot of work. I don't advised anyone to do it. So instead of my normal outfit post this Wednesday.
I bring you my monthly recipe. This month it is tuna paste salad. My husband had a work pot luck yesterday. I need some thing quick and easy to make for a good amount of people. So I decide to make tuna pasta. Since it fix what I was looking for. The tuna pasta was a big hit. My husband brought home an empty bowl home. Which I like every much. With this recipe you can change it up to. If you don't like tuna fish. Then you can use can chicken.
HAVE A GREAT WEDNESDAY.