6 Reviews

I made this as a side dish to go with some chicken. Really simple and good. Congrats again on your football win!

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lazyme October 10, 2011

This is a great quick, easy and inexpensive meal! I scaled to one serving, and used whole wheat linguini. I've never made a "sauce" quite like this before but it really worked - the garlic, crushed red pepper and cheese were a great light combo. Thanks for posting the recipe!

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loof October 03, 2011

This is a great quick meal. A different twist to the usual garlic spaghetti. I scaled this down to one serving, other than that made as written. Next time I will add some white wine to up the flavor. Thanks for posting this recipe. Made for FOOTBALL POOL 2011 - Week 3

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Papa D 1946-2012 September 29, 2011

Made for your Football Pool win, I chose this recipe because of its emphasis on garlic, simplicity & versatility. I admit to using more garlic than suggested & it was certainly a tasty easy-fix, but its versatility won my affection. This dish works as a lunch entree if combined w/a salad, a side dish to a meat entree & can be expanded to a main-course w/the addition of a variety of other ingredients including diced tomato, black olives, shrimp or bacon. Congrats on your Football Pool win & thx for sharing this recipe w/us. :-)

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twissis October 16, 2010

Made for an early lunch yesterday, and boy was this GOOD!! Other than adding a little more cheese than what was called for, and adding a wee pit parmesan cheese made as posted. We all enjopyed very much. Made for Football Pool.

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weekend cooker September 20, 2010

OMG - School Chef -- This was AWESOME, no other word to explain it. Everybody loved it, there wasn't any left. I used a bit less oil than called for (ran out) and I used quinoa spaghetti (gluten intolerant). I think I needed the full amount of oil, so next time I will make sure I have enough. The aroma of the sauteed garlic and pepper flakes was just wonderful - made your mouth water. DH and DD both said this was better than spaghetti with Mimi's sauce (horrors) but I tend to agree. Very light, healthy, and delicious meal, with a green salad and crusty bread. Thanks for posting and so glad I chose this recipe to make for your FOOTBALL POOL 2010 WEEK#1 WIN :D

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FloridaNative September 16, 2010
Spaghetti With Garlic and Oil