Pasta With Lemon, Pepper and Parmigiano

"Something easy, only 12 minutes of cooking. From Ricardo."
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  • In a big casserole, cook pasta in boiling salted water until al dente. Drain. Put pasta in a bowl.
  • Add olive oil, chicken stock, lemon juice, parmigiano and pepper. Add salt if needed. Mix well.
  • Serve immediately and sprinkle with parsley. Delicious with veal.

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  1. Baby Kato
    This is a nice quick and easy recipe Boomie. We enjoyed this pasta served with seafood tonight. It was light and flavorful. I love egg noodles and enjoyed them in this dish. Thanks for sharing.
  2. Realtor by day, Chef by night
    Update: I make this all the time. It's one of my go to side dishes. My daughter really likes this with angel hair pasta. I often add veggies to it. It's such a versatile dish. Original review 6-3-09: This was great! We loved it. I used linguine and instead of 1/3 cup oil, I used 2 tbsp oil and 2 tbsp butter because I really like the flavor of butter and olive oil together. I liked that it was so simple to make with things I already have on hand. Thanks, Boomette! Made for Holiday Tag.
  3. Annacia
    I'm a lemon lover and enjoyed this a lot. I used it as a main with a green salad on the side. Perfect when you want something, easy and yummy.
  4. teresas
    Really good! I cut this down to one serving and served it as a side for two. I also decreased the oil. At first I thought that it was going to have too much liquid but by the time we started to eat the pasta adsorbed it all. I used penne pasta. We really enjoyed the cheese in this dish. You get a nice burst of lemon with each bite. Thanks for posting. :)
  5. Sarah_Jayne
    I made this with the fettuccine option and it worked out very well as a side to go with some salmon we were having. I used a bit less oil just because I am so use to not using oil these days. I liked the addition of the bit of chicken stock which added a nice depth to the taste. Made for Zaar Stars Tag.


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