Boil the pasta in plenty of water. Salt the water heavily to the point that it's overly salty that you almost can't drink it as is.
Add olive oil to a frying pan and fry the bacon. Pour in the tomato sauce and bring to a boil. Combine the ingredients marked with ☆ in a separate bowl.
After the al dente pasta is drained in a sieve, toss it into Step 2. Mix the sauce into the pasta quickly on high heat.
Pour the ☆ mixture into the pan from Step 3 and stop the heat. Give everything a quick toss. Sprinkle with parmesan cheese and black pepper and it's done.
I made a huge batch of this tomato sauce (Recipe ID: 1295845) and use it on anything and everything.
Story Behind this Recipe
I subtly altered your everyday tomato sauce into something a bit richer Your stomach will thank me. This sauce doesn't contain butter or cream so it also holds back on the calories while having a simple yet rich flavor.
 If you're just preparing for one, you should have enough room to cook the pasta in the wok as well, so you could just work in on epan.  Cook the pasta but take it off the heat just before it becomes al dente. It will heat again once covered in the sauce.  When adding the sauce and ingredients to the pasta, mix them in quickly and strongly to get a creamy finish.