Agliolio Sauce for Pasta

Agliolio Sauce for Pasta created by Annacia

This is a lovely flavored sauce I sometimes add some shrimp or crab to it

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27mins
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  • Sautet the garlic in the olive oil until it is fragrant (lightly browned but not dark), add the pepper flakes& Oregano, stir in the wine Add clam nectar, bring to a rolling boil, boil 5 minutes Reduce heat to low and stir in the corn starch (already dissolved in water) Cook until the sauce has thickened Stir in the parsley and serve over pasta.
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"This is a lovely flavored sauce I sometimes add some shrimp or crab to it"
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  1. Annacia
    Agliolio Sauce for Pasta Created by Annacia
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  2. Annacia
    I really can't believe that this hasn't been reviewed before now. It looks different from the standard clam of seafood pasta sauce because there in no cream or milk in it. It doesn't need it! and you save those extra calories. This is incredibly simple to make and it give lots of flavor. The pepper flakes heat it up nicely but it now too much. I need to mention that I made one serving and have lunch tomorrow left from it, the serving id very generous. Also, I needed to add much more thickening than ask for, I ended up using about a tablespoon where a 1/2 teaspoon was ask for. To add some protein I included a sushimi stick (crab flavor). I'll be making this over and over. P.S. I forgot to mention that I used multi-grain pasta. The whole grain pasta with the marvelous and healthy sauce makes a meal that not only tastes great but one that you don't even have a single guilt quiver about. :D
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  3. Bergy
    This is a lovely flavored sauce I sometimes add some shrimp or crab to it
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