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This was almost tasteless. If I made it again I would use chopped Italian stewed tomatoes to add some zing.
This was yummy. I actually added about 3/4 cup of cream and that made it super good.
Light, tasty and simple!
Very yummy dish. I made as posted and it filled up the two of us just fine with no left overs. Made for "Top Favorites of 2009" tag game. Thanks for posting. :)
fabulous recipe! I did make a couple of changes, didn't bother heating the tomatoes..i let the hot pasta do that and i added some bocconcini to it (the little fresh balls of mozzarella)
This pasta dish is a great one to try if you want something quick and easy and goes with just about anything. It will be used often from now on! We love it so much! Thanks for sharing!
I selected this recipe to have on an evening I was dining alone and it could not have been a better selection! The time it took to bring the water to boil was the longest this recipe took to put together. I sauteed the garlic and tomatoes and basil in the butter and then tossed with the angel hair. What a great supper! Thank you, Lainey : )
This is one of my favorites. I did use more garlic, finely chopped onion, pepper flakes and olive oi too.
Simple, but delicious and satisfying! I used a little olive oil for sauteeing, in lieu of adding the butter. I like that you just warm the sauce, so it retains all the fresh flavors. I agree with Boomette, a double recipe feeds about two people, if this is the sole entree. Yum!!
This was good, and we followed the recipe exactly, but it needed more of a sauce, as some of the pasta was bland and dry.