Spicy Tuna Pasta Bake

Pasta bake with a tasty twist, really cheap, quick and simple to make.

Method

1, Boil the pasta until soft.
2, Chop the onion, garlic and chilli and place in a pan with a tsp of oil. Fry until onions are soft. Add chopped mushrooms and chilli powder, cook for 1 minute and add the chopped tomatoes.
3, Slice the bacon into thin strips and fry in 1tsp of oil for apprx 5 mins or until slightly crisp.
4, Add the tomato puree and a good slug of worcester sauce to the sauce. Add more chilli powder if needed. Leave to simmer on a medium heat and drain pasta.
5, Add the tuna and pasta to the sauce and stir untilfully coated. Empty this into a casserole dish.
6, If you are using crumbly cheese such as Cheshire or Lancashire simply crumble the cheese over the pasta, if using any other cheese grate the cheese then sprinkle over the pasta.
7, sprinkle over the baco, place the dish on a baking tray and place in the oven at 200'C for apprx 5-10 mins or until cheese has melted and bacon has crisped up.

Ingredients

Tomatoes. Chopped 1 Tin
Tomato Puree (Paste) 1 Tbsp
Tuna (Drained) 1 Tin
Worcester Sauce. Dash
Pasta ( Any Type ) 200g Apprx
Garlic Cloves. Finely Chopped 2
Onions. Chopped 1
Smoked Bacon. Cut Into Thin Strips 2 Rashers
Mushrooms Sliced 6
Crumbly Cheese 50g
Chilli Deseeded And Finely Chopped 1
Chilli Powder 1-2 Tsp

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Tried this for the first time tonight,absolutely delicious.Well worth the 5 star rating.
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