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Garlic Spaghetti

"'I make this family favorite at least two or three times a month,' remarks Jackie Messina of Chardon, Ohio. 'It's wonderful with a salad and fresh Italian bread.' Besides being easy to prepare, this meatless main dish is easy on the pocketbook at just 61 cents per serving."
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30 m servings
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  1. Cook spaghetti according to package directions. Meanwhile, in a skillet over low heat, cook garlic in oil until lightly browned. Remove from the heat; stir in parsley, oregano, salt and pepper. Drain spaghetti; place in a large bowl. Add garlic mixture and Parmesan cheese; toss to coat.

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I make this with angel hair, and often remove the green herbs & replace with large amounts of spinach that I wilt with a tiny bit of the water I boiled the pasta in. I have found that using butt...

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I don't know what the fuss is all about with this recipe. It is just tossed spaghetti noodles in an oily garlic sauce. Nothing special.

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I make this with angel hair, and often remove the green herbs & replace with large amounts of spinach that I wilt with a tiny bit of the water I boiled the pasta in. I have found that using butt...

Excellent side dish to go with any type of fish or meat entree. It's excellent with grilled halibut or salmon. Another alternative is to sautee a 3-5 fillets of anchovies (good quality type th...

I substituted the 1/4 cup olive oil with unsalted butter but added extra virgin olive oil in at the end (around 2 tsp). I skipped the parmesan since I didn't have any and it still was very good!

YUM! This had awesome flavor, it was the perfect side dish for our meal tonight. I did add a small pat of butter right before serving. I can see why some people complained of it being dry, as it...

This is great and filling too. It is nice to be reminded of recipes you haven't used in awhile. Thank you. PS A little judgemental aren't you Nathacha?

I don't know what the fuss is all about with this recipe. It is just tossed spaghetti noodles in an oily garlic sauce. Nothing special.

Being of Italian decent, this recipe was a staple and served at least twice a month. One interesting variation that we all loved as children was the addition of a few tablespoons of ketchup! Wha...

I make this all the time! But I always just use leftover spaghetti and saute it in butter or oil with the garlic. (Sorta like making fried rice with leftover rice) You don't even need the herbs...

This was pretty good. My husband liked it which is saying something cause he is picky. I thought it needed something. I am going to use this again but add tomatoes and black olives to it. I ...