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Pasta Salad

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Prep: 10 minutes Cook: 10 minutes

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Serves 2

A healthy meal that is fun and easy to make, great to try.

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  • 200g of any type of pasta
  • 2 tbsp of Mayonnaise or Salad Dressing
  • 185g of tuna
  • Salad (this can be home-made)


  1. Have a pan with boiling water on the stove, the pan needs to be half-full with water. Tip all the pasta into the pan when the water starts to bubble, leave the pasta to boil for 7-10 minutes.

  2. Wash your vegetable thoroughly and chop them in whatever way you desire. The vegetables for the pasta will be needed later on.

  3. Once the 7-10 minutes have passed, tip the pasta into a colander and rinse out all the hot water. Then rinse out the pasta with cold water making sure you move the colander about.

  4. Tip the pasta into a bowl and add the 2 tbsp. to the pasta along with tuna and mix well with a spoon.

  5. After mixed well, serve in a dish and add the salad, the garnish the meal to finish off.

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