The tuna & the vegetables combined with the pasta to make this a very sophisticated & flavorful meal. I omitted the olives, as I am not fond of them, and had to substitute egg noodles, as I didn't have enough bow tie pasta. I also scaled the recipe back to feed three. I had a bit of asparagus in the fridge & I am sorry I didn't toss that in too as I think it would have been a good addition. I think you could play quite a bit with this basic recipe, depending on what you had on hand & come out with a very nice meal. Thanks, Tish, I know this will be made often.
This was a great dish, it was easy to make and very colorful. I did add some Mrs. Dash Garlic & Herb seasoning and some parmesan cheese, but it was fine without it. Thanks for sharing.
yum! i made this b/c i had most of the ingredients - no tomatoes though. but it was good anyway, warm. i bet better cold! thanks so much.
I was a little confused if this was meant to be eaten warm or cold. We had our first meal of this warm, right after it was made. I omitted the black olives due to personal preference. Warm, I probably would have given this a 3. Cold, the next day though, this was really good. It's definitely something really easy and quick, definitely took me less than 30 minutes to make and since I used canned green beans, only required me to boil some pasta. This would be perfect for summer, and will definitely go into my summer cookbook. Thank you for posting, I'm sure your recipe will be made again!
We enjoyed this one! I couldn't find any 'marinated artichoke hearts' so I used plain, and I cut the oil back to 3 tbsp overall and used a 15oz can of diced tomato. The flavor combination is very nice.
Simple but very tasty. This is a classic.