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This recipe is missing at least four anchovy fillets saute with the garlic and oil until dissolved, and dont brown, just let infuse also a touch of lemon juice at the end to bring all together serve with parmesean cheese.

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andypandy August 14, 2009

I really loved this! I added a bit more ingredients like basil and mozzarella cheese at the end, and I did love the texture and taste that the breadcrumbs (I used breadcrumbs with herbs) brought it. I am a garlic fiend so I added more garlic. Definitely a good recipe to use when you don't have that many ingredients or you are just too tired to do too much cooking. Thank you!

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silbermondlicht0 September 10, 2010

VERY GOOD!! My husband and son gobbled this up with no problem! I added some chicken that was cooked in a little bit of EVOO and a bit of Herbs de Provence and it was super delicious, thank you so much for posting this :o)

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DeniseR June 01, 2010

This was really good and simple! It was a hit w/ my twin toddlers (even w/ the pepper). I used red pepper flakes because that is all I had. I thought it could use a little salt, but that is just a personal preference. I will definately use this recipe again. Thanks!!

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cook4twins April 23, 2010

Great! Came home very late from work. I had the few items this dish requires. Dinner was served 15 minutes later. Bread crumbs were a good touch; however it was a bit dry. Next time I cook this I’ll cut back a bit on the bread crumbs. Thanks for posting.

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alwayseating March 26, 2010

When you're in the mood for something simple (or if you just haven't gone grocery shopping in a couple of weeks and have few ingredients on hand), this is perfect. The dish tastes great as is, and can easily be dressed up a bit if desired. This time around I cut it down to one serving, eyeballing the amounts. I cut out the breadcrumbs (never liked them in pasta), used red pepper flakes since that's what I had on hand, and added a little sea salt and parmesan. It was delicious, quick and easy - my favorite combination!

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halcrewebon December 19, 2009

This recipes seemed to be lacking something. Didn't have very much flavor. Actually, I could have done without the bread crumbs.

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travelinsally July 12, 2009

I did not feel this had a lot of taste. I ended up pouring in half a jar of spaghetti sauce and then it was gobbled up. Not sure if I did something wrong.

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Annette NC July 07, 2009

O.M.G. Delicious!!!! And ever so simple! Everyone I cook this for Loves it!

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Rb85 May 30, 2009

Wasn't crazy about the flavor, but that is because I messed it up. The recipe didn't say cooked pasta or uncooked pasta, so I assumed I wasn't suppose to cook it. I thought it meant toss it in raw and it will cook to Al dente. I am an idiot when it comes to recipes. You have to lay it out there for me in detail. At that point, I had burned the pasta in the oil, it was still raw & my oil garlic mixture was burned. I tried to salvage the pasta cooking it in water, then tossed it in the mixture, but by then it was too late. Had a bad burt flavor. Ended up wasting 6 cloves of garlic and a lb. of pasta.

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heather_werner May 26, 2009
Pasta With Garlic and Oil (Pasta Aglio E Olio)