80g small pasta shells
4 broccoli florets
1tsp olive oil
1 small leek, trimmed and finely chopped
150g tuna fillet (carefully check for bones) alternatively use canned tuna
4 tbsp cream cheese
1 small clove garlic, crushed
½ tsp dried mixed herbs
2-3 tbsp of prepared S-26 GOLD® TODDLER milk drink
1 tbsp margarine
Cook the pasta according to the packet instructions. Steam the broccoli until tender. Meanwhile, prepare the sauce. Heat the oil and butter in a frying pan then add the leek and garlic, cook for 7 minutes. Add the tuna and cook for 2 minutes or until just cooked and opaque.
Stir in the cream cheese, mixed herbs and milk drink and heat through. Combine the sauce with the pasta and broccoli and chop to the desired texture.
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