Recipe by Chef John
"If you've got to eat your broccoli, this is a great way to do it. A beautiful side dish of broccoli and angel hair pasta with red pepper flakes is so delicious and so aromatic."
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1 1/2 pounds
red pepper flakes
salt to taste
angel hair pasta
freshly shredded Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese, plus a little more for garnish
red pepper flakes for garnish, or to taste
Seriously delicious! I had mushrooms that needed to be used up and added them with the butter and olive oil. Farfalle pasta worked well as an alternative to Angel Hair. Would not change a thing!
Absolutely delicious. Easy to make! We served this with some fresh fruit on the side & it was a perfect dinner.
very good I used rigatoni instead of angel hair.
All Recipes has really taught me how to cook. I am grown but have not been very successful in the kitchen......until now. I followed the recipe almost exactly and it was so yummy. I was getting stressed out trying to follow the recipe and I accidentally threw almost all the broccoli stems away. I just used what I had left. My daughter wants me to add some chicken next time tho. This recipe is added to my recipe box. I will also be following Chef John!Thx
Really tasty, but a bit salty. Leave out added salt.
Loved this recipe! I had some leftover chicken that I sliced thinly and added long enough before serving to heat through. I also toasted some pine nuts and added before serving. I used to go to a restaurant that served a similar dish and have been trying ever since to recreate it. This recipe beats the original. Thanks for a great recipe
This is awesome! I've made other similar dishes, but none hold a candle to this one. Spot on, Chef John, spot on! This will see a lot of action at the LTH house. No changes, other than using a couple more garlic cloves because, well, why not. THANK YOU, Chef John!
Delicious! I added some shrimp and red pepper but otherwise made no changes. I'll probably use less salt next time.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Broccoli Garlic Angel Hair Pasta
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 228
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