Curried Pasta Salad an Exotic Take on Summer Favorite
Romanoff, Jim, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Pasta salad is a favorite at summer barbecues and potlucks because it is filling and inexpensive to make.
But with the addition of some protein and a few spices, it also can be transformed into an exotic supper entree that costs only about $1.25 per serving.
This recipe for curried pasta salad with tuna is reminiscent of a hearty Waldorf salad and takes advantage of many food items you already might have. It can feed a family of four with leftovers for a couple of lunches.
Inexpensive canned chunk-light tuna and bow-tie pasta form the heart of this Indian-spiced dish. If you already have other small shapes of pasta, such as shells or elbows, they will work …
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