WID Cooks: Pasta in Pesto Sauce and Gold Seas Tuna in Herb & Garlic

I feel special every time I receive a personalized gift such as this one sent by our friends from Gold Seas Chunky Tuna. I missed the big launch for Gold Seas Tuna held a couple of weeks ago but I promised to include it on my next grocery shopping. Because I was a bit busy lately taking care of my sick sister in the hospital, coming home with this beautiful gift box idea designed by Winsome Box was such a delight. The next day, I prepared her a delicious, home cooked meal using Gold Seas Chunky Tuna.



My name was engraved in the box and my initial stitched by Beyondstitched. Inside the box has six variants of the new Gold Seas Tuna complete with wooden cooking spoons, a chopping board and a Philippine made kitchen towel.


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Gold Seas Tuna Prepared by Winsome-Box


Gold Seas Chunky Tuna

Now with the cans of Gold Seas Tuna Chunks. Each can comes in a nice, tidy easy open can. It's ready to eat, so convenient you can also bring it when traveling. 

Gold Seas is available in 6 variants 


  1. Tuna Chunks in Herb and Garlic
  2. Yellowdin Tuna Chunks in Olive Oil
  3. Yellowfin Tuna Chunks in Olive Oil with Chili
  4. Tuna Chunks in Lemon and Pepper
  5. Yellowfin Tuna Chunks in Springwater
  6. Tuna Chunks in Mild Indian Curry



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Chunky tuna by Gold Seas, Philippine kitchen towel by BeyondStitch

WIDCooks: Pasta in Pesto and Gold Seas Chunky Tuna in Herb & Garlic 

Ingredients:
1 can Gold Seas Chunky Tuna
1/4 spaghetti or any type of noodles
1/4 cup pesto sauce
1/4 cup black olives
4 tbsp olive oil for sauteeing

Procedure: 

  1. Cook pasta until al dente
  2. Prepare other ungredients. Chopped black olives, chopped onions (optional).
  3. Sautee onions & black olives in olive oil.
  4. Add Gold Seas Chunky Tuna in Herb and Garlic
  5. Add pesto sauce.
  6. Simmer until cook. 
  7. Add salt & pepper to taste. Add pasta and garnish with parsley.




Gold Seas Tuna Chunks in Herb & Garlic is very flavorful but I like how it complements with a little pesto sauce. I bet it will be great for ciabatta with tomatoes and olive oil as well. For more recipes, just click here. Do you have other recipes you'd like to share?

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