This is a keeper. But I will have to watch how much red pepper and Tabasco sauce I put in for my family. They thought it was a bit hot, I thought it was just right. So if this is too hot for you remember B&B's tip...drink milk...it really works.
Kari, this was great! It was so easy to make and looked so pretty with the bright green on the angel hair that I used. I took this recipe with me on my trip to make for the family, and they loved it too. I use New Mexico red chile flakes, and it really has a good bite to it, so I toned down the Tabasco, but put the bottle on the table for the real chile-heads! Thanks for posting a great recipe.
As DH said, 'this is awesome!' This was so easy to make and the bright green of the asparagus with the pasta looks great. This was a bit spicy for my wimpy tastebuds but can easily tone it down for the next time I make it (DH can spice up his serving). I didn't use any Tabasco sauce. Also, next time I will at least double the cheese. Really enjoyed this nice change from a tomato-based sauce. Thanks for the recipe.
I was intrigued by the simplicity of this dish and had to give it a try. It was sooper dooper, and I will make it again. Temperature wise, it was perfect for me, but I can see that it might be too spicey for some so caution on the pepper stuff.
I changed this recipe some instead of macaroni I used 1 lb Angel Hair 10 cloves garlic, green Tabasco 6 dashes no butter I used salt in the pasta water I also used 2 tbs capers and 2 tbs fresh basil. Served it with BBQ pork ribs. Everybody loved it. Thanks for the guide.
Wonderful way to enjoy asparagus! I had a couple of bunches and was looking for a new way to use it while it was still fresh. Very easy to make. I added some chicken I had on hand and used flat egg noodles. I grated pecorino romano cheese (similar to parmesan and it's what I had in the fridge) on just before serving. Delish.
This was an easy recipe. I used rotini, instead of elbow macaroni. I also used garlic powder, because I didn't have fresh garlic on hand. We like heat, so I used 1 tblsp of red pepper flakes, not a tsp. I will use more cheese next time, but overall great dish!
Made as directed and I would say this makes more like 8 servings. I would reduce the amount of heat a little for the others in my family but I liked it as was.
I love spicy and this hit the spot! I would definately use less oil or more pasta. Subbed whole wheat spaghetti noodles and mozzarella cheese. I should have put the cheese on after it was plated. It just made big clumps when melted in the pan. thx!
Yumyum!! What a welcome break from just asparagus w/butter or hollandaise/bearnaise...This is one of my favorite methods for getting rid of onions too haha! Thank you for posting this :)