Very nice, but somewhat plain. Goes great with a tasty main dish,though. Instead of using the water to mix, I used about 1 tblsp. olive oil. Really liked the breadcrumbs in this. Made foe Spring PAC,2011.
This was just what I wanted tonight! Something light, fast, and easy. I added some chile flakes as suggested by another reviewer, and they gave this just the extra bite of flavor it needed. I cut the recipe down to one serving; used thin spaghetti, and day old homemade French bread that I processed into crumbs. I'd cut back on the oil just a touch next time (maybe 1 1/2 T for 1 serving) and in addition to the chile flake, I'll add some dried Italian seasoning to the oil as I saute the garlic. This is soooo easy that there really are a bunch of ways to adapt the recipe and make it your own. Thanks for posting a great recipe!
This was good, quick and easy. Thanks, Lori Mama! We enjoyed it. Made for holiday tag.
I love garlic.I liked the dish for being so easy to put together and simple, but something was missing for me. I think some chili pepper flakes would have worked for me. I'll make this again.
So easy, with a nice, simple flavor. Thanks for sharing!
Delicious recipe. I used Penni pasta cuz that was what I had on hand. Also I hope you don't mind but I took the recipe to another level. The followed the recipe up to step #4. But than I put the pasta in a casserole dish, topped it with a Italiano 3 cheese blend and top it with the bread crumbs and put it in the oven for a few minutes just until the cheese melted. Yummy :) I will make this again. Thank you for posting. Made for TYM Tag Game.