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Tuna Pasta Salad features whole wheat macaroni, hard-boiled eggs, two kind of pickles, and fresh dill in a lightened-up dressing of mayonnaise and Greek yogurt!

Tuna Pasta Salad is one of those quick, easy recipes that I’ve loved since I was a kid. Growing up, this was a common lunch at our house on Saturday or Sunday afternoons, and as such, that’s often when I find myself making it for my own family. That being said, it’s also great as a weeknight dinner (particularly when you’re overdue on a grocery store run and down to basic pantry staples) and it’s perfect for Fridays during Lent which, for some of us, is coming up in a few short weeks.

I make my Tuna Pasta Salad the same way my mama always did…simple and classic but with a few twists to make it healthier and, in my humble opinion, even more flavorful.

If you’re here, you’re ready to savor the rich, satisfying combination of spaghettini or whole grain rotini pasta and freshly prepared ingredients tossed with our kettle-cooked sauce. It’s proof our passion doesn’t end at pizza.

Tuna Pasta Salad features whole wheat macaroni, hard-boiled eggs, two kind of pickles, and fresh dill in a lightened-up dressing of mayonnaise and Greek yogurt!

Tuna Pasta Salad is one of those quick, easy recipes that I’ve loved since I was a kid. Growing up, this was a common lunch at our house on Saturday or Sunday afternoons, and as such, that’s often when I find myself making it for my own family. That being said, it’s also great as a weeknight dinner (particularly when you’re overdue on a grocery store run and down to basic pantry staples) and it’s perfect for Fridays during Lent which, for some of us, is coming up in a few short weeks.

I make my Tuna Pasta Salad the same way my mama always did…simple and classic but with a few twists to make it healthier and, in my humble opinion, even more flavorful.

Tuna Pasta Salad features whole wheat macaroni, hard-boiled eggs, two kind of pickles, and fresh dill in a lightened-up dressing of mayonnaise and Greek yogurt!

Tuna Pasta Salad is one of those quick, easy recipes that I’ve loved since I was a kid. Growing up, this was a common lunch at our house on Saturday or Sunday afternoons, and as such, that’s often when I find myself making it for my own family. That being said, it’s also great as a weeknight dinner (particularly when you’re overdue on a grocery store run and down to basic pantry staples) and it’s perfect for Fridays during Lent which, for some of us, is coming up in a few short weeks.

I make my Tuna Pasta Salad the same way my mama always did…simple and classic but with a few twists to make it healthier and, in my humble opinion, even more flavorful.

If you’re here, you’re ready to savor the rich, satisfying combination of spaghettini or whole grain rotini pasta and freshly prepared ingredients tossed with our kettle-cooked sauce. It’s proof our passion doesn’t end at pizza.

Making your own pasta sauce is so easy; once you try it, you’ll wonder why you felt so dependent on that bottle of sauce (not that there’s anything wrong with bottled sauce – I have a few jars in my pantry at all times, for moments where I just don’t have those extra minutes, or I’m just pooped – no judgments here).  

There are as many recipes for tomato sauce as there are cooks who make tomato sauce…this is the one I use quite often, though you should feel very free to vary the theme.  It’s got a lot of flavor, so you can cut back on the amount of garlic and herbs if you are looking for a lighter sauce to use as a backdrop in a recipe , rather than a full-bodied sauce to star in your pasta dish.  The tomato paste thickens up the sauce and adds some richness, but you can leave it out if you prefer a thinner sauce.

You can always add some meatballs to the dish if you want a more robust meal.  If you don't have time to make them yourself, you can always buy some frozen or refrigerated, like Mama Mancini's , which can be found in the refrigerated section of your supermarket, and come in a bunch of varieties including some crowd-pleasing cheese-stuffed versions !

Tuna Pasta Salad features whole wheat macaroni, hard-boiled eggs, two kind of pickles, and fresh dill in a lightened-up dressing of mayonnaise and Greek yogurt!

Tuna Pasta Salad is one of those quick, easy recipes that I’ve loved since I was a kid. Growing up, this was a common lunch at our house on Saturday or Sunday afternoons, and as such, that’s often when I find myself making it for my own family. That being said, it’s also great as a weeknight dinner (particularly when you’re overdue on a grocery store run and down to basic pantry staples) and it’s perfect for Fridays during Lent which, for some of us, is coming up in a few short weeks.

I make my Tuna Pasta Salad the same way my mama always did…simple and classic but with a few twists to make it healthier and, in my humble opinion, even more flavorful.

If you’re here, you’re ready to savor the rich, satisfying combination of spaghettini or whole grain rotini pasta and freshly prepared ingredients tossed with our kettle-cooked sauce. It’s proof our passion doesn’t end at pizza.

Making your own pasta sauce is so easy; once you try it, you’ll wonder why you felt so dependent on that bottle of sauce (not that there’s anything wrong with bottled sauce – I have a few jars in my pantry at all times, for moments where I just don’t have those extra minutes, or I’m just pooped – no judgments here).  

There are as many recipes for tomato sauce as there are cooks who make tomato sauce…this is the one I use quite often, though you should feel very free to vary the theme.  It’s got a lot of flavor, so you can cut back on the amount of garlic and herbs if you are looking for a lighter sauce to use as a backdrop in a recipe , rather than a full-bodied sauce to star in your pasta dish.  The tomato paste thickens up the sauce and adds some richness, but you can leave it out if you prefer a thinner sauce.

You can always add some meatballs to the dish if you want a more robust meal.  If you don't have time to make them yourself, you can always buy some frozen or refrigerated, like Mama Mancini's , which can be found in the refrigerated section of your supermarket, and come in a bunch of varieties including some crowd-pleasing cheese-stuffed versions !

Go beyond Bolognese: We have all the heavy hitters, the big names of pasta plus sauce. You'll find the classic Italian recipes you know from restaurant meals, from that spring on the Amalfi Coast, or maybe from nonna. Yes, you can and should make spaghetti Bolognese, but try these other time-honored Italian pasta recipes too.
 

Pomodoro, it's Italian for tomato, and that's just what this sugo tastes of. It's the mother lode of pasta sauces and a total crowd-pleaser.

Utterly simple, totally irresistible, classically Roman -- yes, this is famed pasta with cheese and freshly cracked pepper. We opt for two types of cheese and add a squeeze of lemon.
See our step-by-step guide to cooking this classic.


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