Angel hair pasta with tuna lemon and pancetta herb crumb
This angel hair pasta with tuna lemon and pancetta herb crumb is inspired by Sicilian cuisine where fried or crisp flavoured breadcrumbs are often added to give texture to favourite pasta dishes. Use any pasta you prefer but make sure you use good quality tuna packed in olive oil. The pancetta crumbs can be cooked well before you prepare the pasta and just warmed up for a minute or two in the oven or under a low grill before using them.
Did you know: Capelli d’angelo , literally angel hair — hence, “angel hair pasta” in English) with a diameter between 0.78 and 0.88 mm is an even thinner variant of capellini. They are often sold in a nest-like shape. Capelli d’angelo has been popular in Italy since at least the 14th century. As a very light pasta, it goes well in soups or as “pasta asciutta” with a seafood or other light sauces. source: Wiki