Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 20 mins

From Hugo's Restaurant,

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Prepare pasta – fresh takes 2-3 minutes; follow directions on packaging of dry pasta (Leftover pasta can also be used. Add at same time as it is added below and warm in pan with 1 TBS. hot water before adding eggs.).
  2. Turn on medium flame. Pour oil (or melt butter) in 10 inch sauté pan.
  3. Add minced garlic and the last four ingredients (seasonings) ; sauté together 1-2 minute.
  4. Add parsley; add pasta with 1 TBS hot water (Make sure leftover pasta or cold pasta is hot before adding parsley or eggs).
  5. Add beaten eggs. Mix thoroughly.
  6. Add Parmesan, cook through and serve.
Most Helpful

I made this with spaghetti squash instead of pasta this morning. It was divine.

mstone3 October 13, 2015

I have made this dish for over 20 ppl in the last year and it's an instant favorite each time I introduce someone new to it. You can make a much more simplified version by cooking the pasta & bacon (or sausage) the night before. *hint* When cooking the pasta, add a clove of garlic to the water and it will add extra flavor to your noodles. Then when you are ready for breakfast the next morning, just pour a touch of oil in your pan & brown up some garlic. Toss in your cooked meat & pasta, I add salt & pepper and in a separate dish I scramble some eggs and cilantro together & toss it over the warmed noodle. Then just cook the eggs mixing it all in for a few minutes till done. Just before i serve it I add a shredded Asiago/Parmesan cheese blend on top & everyone seems to really love it. For the GHHHHAAAALIC & meat lovers in the house this simplified version of this dish is a big winner.

ImKukie2 February 03, 2012

The whole family really liked it. We saw a re-run of a food network show that featured this dish from Hugo's. I said we should try it and looked it up here(not expecting to find it) and voilla ! I bumped up the garlic, we all love garlic, but otherwise made as written. Thanks for posting.

Boo Chef in West Texas December 26, 2010