Pirate Pasta

Pirate Pasta

Made with penne rigate pasta, olive oil, fresh cremini mushrooms, garlic cloves, tuna, capers, olives, chicken broth, tomato paste, red pepper flakes, fresh basil, Pecorino Romano cheese, and salt & pepper.

This was a good tuna pasta, but I have no idea why it’s called Pirate Pasta.  I can only assume it’s something pirates might eat, but what do I know?  It’s been a while since I’ve been pirating on the high seas.

Recipe for—Pirate Pasta

So, if you have nothing else to do today, make this lovely pasta dish and share it with the pirates you know in your area.

Take-Away Life Lesson:  If you don’t want the tuna to get lost amongst all the pasta and other ingredients, add yourself an extra can or two for your liking so you can really get down with that tuna flavor.

6 thoughts on “Pirate Pasta

  1. ahoy, that”s one busy pasta dish! a sophisticated take on those midwestern hotdishes 🙂 Looks tasty and also like it wants a glass of white wine to accompany.

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