This was a very quick simple and to my surprise way tastier than i thought it would have been. I did a little bit less than double for the sauce, added chicken and steamed broccoli to it, and it was amazing.
A beautifully simple and easily prepared pasta dish, enjoyable by itself or as an accompanying dish. Very adaptable, I served it with Jackies Italian Meatballs and Sauce for an absoluttely wonderful dinner. Thank you Jackie, made for PRMR tag game.
Quick, easy and delicious. Just what I was looking for. Thanks for posting!
This is an excellent recipe, especially for having so few ingredients. So simple and so good. I add a little more garlic, less red pepper, and use bowtie pasta (about 4 cups uncooked).
I doubled the garlic and red pepper and it was so yummy! I put it on rotini and it got caught in all the little grooves. I also added a diced tomato. So easy and tasty.
Five stars all the way! I've been looking for a recipe like this for years and this one is so very yummy, easy and impressive. Had it with cheese tortellini and it really let the cheese flavor shine. I also used dried parsley and wish I'd had fresh--but it was YUM-O and I'll definitely be making it again. My picky eater raved about it, too. Thanks so much for sharing!
Just what I was looking for....something simple that wasn't tomato based. I halved the recipe (only needed two servings) and added mushrooms with the garlic. Poured it over cheese tortellini and it was delicious. Thanks for posting!
Terrific recipe for aglio olio, thanks so much
Great for a super quick dinner. More flavor than you think you would get from so few ingredients. It's also perfect when there's nothing in the house. i did what Greeny4444 did and used dried parsley flakes. i know this would be even better with fresh parsley. i poured this over bow tie pasta and broccoli florets. Thanks so much!!
Good supper when you don't have much on hand. I think I prefer my noodles with butter and a little garlic salt, but this is a little classier.