May 30, 2018
Dinner, Side Dishes, Pasta,
Spaghetti, Angel Hair, 5-Minute Prep, Budget-Friendly, Weeknight Meals, Stove Top, No Eggs, Make it from scratch more
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"I'm excited to try this recipe. I found it in a non-profit fundraiser cookbook I purchased at a thrift store. The recipe is credited to Melanie Lehr from the St. Louis Stray Rescue cookbook. I'm guessing on amount so let me know how much you think it makes."
In a pot, heat olive oil to medium-high heat, then add garlic and stir for 1-2 minutes. Add butter and stir until melted, being careful not to let the garlic burn.
Add salt, pepper and chicken stock. Raise the heat to high and bring to boil.
Once stock is at a rolling boil, add pasta and cook according per the time on the pasta package.
Reduce heat to medium and add Parmesan cheese. Stir until melted. Turn off heat and stir in cream and fresh herbs. Serve immediately.
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This was really good, and it's quite quick to prepare too. I used the parsley (as instructed in the recipe). For the extra herb, I used fresh basil from my herb garden, and I thought it was excellent in this recipe. I made the recipe as written without any adjustments, and I'll do so the next time I make it because it's quite good as written and needs no adjustments in ingredients. Thank you, KarenSTL.
This is so easy and so good! I love the idea of adding shrimp or chicken, but I served mine with brisket and we loved it. We will definitely do this again....my son thought it was "great!"
What a very interesting way to make pasta, and excellent, might I say. So full of flavour for such a very easy dish. I lightly fried some prawn meat (also in garlic and butter), and tossed it in at the end. You could add many things to this recipe, or, enjoy it as it is!! A keeper, thanks for sharing!!
What drew me to this recipe was the different technique of making a creamy pasta. Made all in one pot, it is more efficient. I used soba noodles and added leftover cooked chicken. Did not change anything else and it was perfect! DH furrowed his brow and looked up and said "this is awesome!" with a big smile on his face! Thank you for sharing this keeper Karen! Made for Pick Me! tag game.