Recipe by Caleb1993
"Angel hair pasta cooked and served with essentially a hot pasta salad dressing and cheese. I came up with this recipe as I could not find anything to eat, so I went through my spice cabinet and refrigerator, found these ingredients and threw them together. Serve with fresh chopped tomato."
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1/4 (8 ounce) package
angel hair pasta
extra-virgin olive oil
white wine vinegar
chopped fresh parsley, divided
chopped fresh basil
chopped fresh oregano
grated Parmesan cheese
salt and pepper to taste
This recipe is delicious. The only thing I changed was to reserve a cup of the pasta water to moisten the noodles before I mixed in the other ingrediants. I did not use powdered garlic. I crushed 4 fresh garlic cloves instead. Absolutely scrumptious!
I didn't measure all the sauce ingredients exactly so it may be my fault, but I wasn't really fond of this recipe. The pimentos were the primary taste even though I used all the fresh herbs called for they didn't even out the pimento taste. I added zucchini just to up the veggie content, but it added a lot to it.
This is great... I made it adding the tomatoes chopped, a small Serrano pepper diced and threw in some Mexican cheese. Wonderful.. Grandkids had it your way and loved it. So easy.. Thanks.
This was quick and easy and made a very good meal. I love pasta, and this will stay on my best list.
I was not at all fond of this recipe. Too "sweet and sour" with the vinegar and sugar. It was a large amount of damp greens in a little juice. I didn't even use it, once it was done. I would add the cup of pasta water or maybe chicken broth to thin it out, and leave out the vinegar and sugar. Or more likely, just not make this again.
This pasta is very good. I do think that either the sauce could be doubled or the pasta halved, and that would be my own change. The flavors of the sauce were very good, even though I made it with only dried herbs except for fresh parsley. Thanks, Caleb! I will make it again!
Easy to make, simple recipe that was so good. Really liked the flavor and herbs.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Delicious Angel Hair Pasta
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 176
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