I'm getting quite fond of tinned fish like sardine and mackerel and I bought a tin I haven't seen before - mackerel in a fruity Caribbean sauce - and made this rather easy and tasty meal. Mackerel is a very 'meaty' textured fish and I like it very much. This dish was fish heavy and it would be easy to add a few more veg, double the pasta and make it serve 2
Ingredients for one
a tin of mackerel in fruity Caribbean sauce
small amounts of onion, red pepper and mushroom, finely chopped
bit of salt and pepper
one portion of pasta - any kind, I used penne because that's what I had
Cook the pasta in salted water. Drain, reserving some of the cooking liquid.
While that's cooking, soften the veg in spray oil in a pan. Then add all the contents of the tin of fish; don't drain off any of the liquid.
Gently break up the fish to the size you want.
Heat until piping hot, stirring.
Add the pasta and a bit of the cooking liquid until it looks 'right'. (not terribly precise, I know).
Reheat to piping hot, add a bit of seasoning, if needed, and serve in a bowl.