Roman-Style Spaghetti With Garlic and Olive Oil

Roman-Style Spaghetti With Garlic and Olive Oil created by Dienia B.

This pasta makes a very satisfying supper. No tomatoes in this recipe -- just a wonderful richness from the olive oil, garlic and that hidden flavor of anchovy. The original recipe did not call for cheese on top, but most prefer it with freshly grated parmesan cheese.

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  • In a large pot, bring 4 quarts water to a rapid boil over high heat, then stir in 1 tablespoons salt. Drop in spaghetti and cook, stirring frequently, until tender, but still firm to the bite.
  • Meanwhile, in a large saute pan or skillet, combine the oil, garlic and anchovies (if using) over low heat and cook until the garlic just begins to take on a hint of color, do not brown the garlic. Remove from the heat.
  • Drain spaghetti, transfer to the pan holding the garlicky olive oil, season to taste with salt and pepper or crushed red pepper flakes and toss well. Sprinkle with the parsley, crown lavishly with cheese, and serve immediately.
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"This pasta makes a very satisfying supper. No tomatoes in this recipe -- just a wonderful richness from the olive oil, garlic and that hidden flavor of anchovy. The original recipe did not call for cheese on top, but most prefer it with freshly grated parmesan cheese."
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  1. Dienia B.
    the anchovies make this a little browner and adds a nice taste with the garlic , very simple .cakepops on parade italian leg
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  2. Dienia B.
    Roman-Style Spaghetti With Garlic and Olive Oil Created by Dienia B.
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  3. DailyInspiration
    This pasta makes a very satisfying supper. No tomatoes in this recipe -- just a wonderful richness from the olive oil, garlic and that hidden flavor of anchovy. The original recipe did not call for cheese on top, but most prefer it with freshly grated parmesan cheese.
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