This one is a family tradition. I practically grew up on it. My father, grandmother, and several great-aunts made their own variations of it. Regardless of the variation, it was always delicious. This is my own variation on the recipe, originally learned from my father. It goes great with an appetizer of Traditional Caprese Salad, a side of a fresh garden salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette Dressing, and with a dessert of Italian Orange Slices. This makes for a hearty Italian dinner, that is also health conscious - though I highly recommend a walk afterwords to kick-start the metabolism and burn the carbs. (All referenced recipes/appetizers/desserts can be found in my public recipes list.) Note: as various brands of angel hair pasta recommend different cooking times, you may want to adjust when you put the pasta in to cook. Typically, dried angel hair pasta is cooked to "al dente" (tender, but firm) within 3-5 minutes.