Recipe by tabarita
"This recipe is so incredibly simple and so incredibly delicious! The hot pasta cooks the zucchini in the bowl!"
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salt to taste
1 (8 ounce) package
angel hair pasta
i tried this recipe with angel hair pasta and also with rice noodles for gluten intolerant friend. Rice noodles were by far the best. added parmesan cheese. great cold. start here and go play with it. added sliced red pepper, pecans. this is a keeper.
I made this last night, using 3 very small cloves of garlic, and my husband and I found the garlic extremely overpowering, ruining what sounded like a good dish. We did add parmasean to it, which made it better tasting, but too thick/dry. With the leftovers, I threw them in a pan for a quick fry, and added some almond milk to make it creamy. It cooked up the garlic to give it a very nice flavour and the zucchini still had a crunch to it. Next time, I'll still marinate it, but fry it up prior to adding the pasta to mellow out the strong garlic.
This was nice, fresh and light! Two things I think this needed to make it perfect for us was a bit more olive oil (maybe another 2-3 Tbsps., I didn't measure) and lots of grated parmesan cheese. This would make a great side dish for any meat, seafood or fish. We actually preferred this room temp, as opposed to hot. I think next time I will add some red pepper flakes for a little spice. All in all, this was very good and I will def be making it again! Thanks for sharing. :)
A really creative take on the traditional "olio e aglio" sauce! The point of such a sauce is that you like and want the strong, fresh taste of garlic (aglio). These sauces are not for the faint-hearted. This definitely needs to be seasoned with more olive oil (should be a little shiny, not dry). The nice thing about an olio e aglio sauce is that you can add different herbs (fresh basil, parsley and pine nuts make it "pesto"; hot pepper flakes, oregano and parsey make it "puttanesca", etc. Olio and aglio sauces are not traditionally served with parmesan cheese, nor are fish sauces. Cheese is used with meat or tomato sauces, Alfredo, butter-based sauces, etc. Great recipe for summer!
This is one of my favorites and I can't wait I make it again this weekend. I added a little extra olive oil, diced Roma tomatoes and basil. My entire family loved it.
Loved this recipe just as is. This was light tasty a huge hit with the family. Thank you!
Made this with whole wheat pasta and used more zucchini. I've never been a big fan of zucchini but have to admit this was a great way to prepare it. The zucchini stayed nice and crunchy. DH really enjoyed it.
Excellent! Just a little more extra Virgin Olive oil at the end.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Fresh Zucchini Pasta Sauce
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 239
** Calories from Fat: 76
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