"This is a quick and easy meal if you live alone. Leftovers heat well in the microwave. Filling and delicious." — Jan Kinnard
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1 (16 ounce) package
1 large head
fresh broccoli, blanched
1 (6 ounce) can
sliced black olives
This was an amazing simple recipe that required only a few ingredients. I used frozen broccoli instead of fresh, but it turned out great. I also added a bit more garlic, some lemon pepper season, italian seasoning, and freshly grated parmesean. Instead of putting it all in a bowl, I found it better to saute the oil, garlic, and pasta together for a few minutes. YUM!!!
This isn't bad, but it needs more flavor.
Great recipe - I added crumbled feta and a few red pepper flakes - and that really made a difference!
I made this dish tonite for my family.My kids rated it an 8 on a scale 1-10.Of course I had to throw in my own twist.I added minced onions w/ the garlic. I used 2TBs butter along w/ the oil,and added a splash of milk to make it creamy.Sprinkle parmesan cheese on top,and WALA,youve got a meal as good as Olive Garden.
I cooked the garlic/ olive oil mixture first, then set it aside so that the flavors can blend.
Ridiculously easy for a credible dinner. I added lemon pepper, some Mrs. Dash (garlic & herb) and parmesean cheese -- otherwise, it was too bland. Also reduced the amount of olive oil since it tends to always be too much no matter which recipe I use.
The best recipe ever! The whole family loved it. Although we did add some grilled chicken so for us, it's called the 'One Dish Non-Vegetarian Vegetarian Dinner'.
Add some feta or sprinkle with romano. Mmmm! Delicious, quick and easy!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
One Dish Vegetarian Dinner
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 288
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