This recipe was good alone, but l made a few minor changes that made it even better- taste-wise and health-wise. l first sauteed the chopped bacon and then drained it leaving only 3 Tbsp of grease, l added chopped vidalia onion and let that saute for about 5 minutes (until soft), then l added Frozen spinach and a the can of chopped tomato with juice- this was enough water to cook the frozen bag of spinach. l then let the onion, tomato, hot pepper flakes and spinach cook for about 7 minutes (until the spinach was fully cooked). After the pasta was cooked and drizzled with extra virgin olive oil, l added the cooked bacon pieces to the pan with spinach, tomatoes etc. so they would stay crisp. It came out WONDERFUL with a sprinkle of fresh parm. cheese. This dish tastes wonderful without bacon- if you're worried about cholesterol.
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This recipe was good alone, but l made a few minor changes that made it even better-...