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Sheth a month ago
This dish was really well done, but the pasta was disproportionate to the veggies. I would do half the pasta or double the mushroom and spinach next time. I'm also going to add a tablespoon or two of lemon juice next time.
Cody Gronning 2 months ago
we added 1 tbsp butter when cooking the garlic and 1.5 tbsp when cooking the spinach and it turned out perfect!! I think it would have been a little bland without, hence the 4 stars. With those 2 changes though this will be a 5 star meal we cook often!!
Megan S. 2 months ago
Substituted artichoke hearts for the mushrooms. Kept the rest of the cook the same. Delicious!
menor 3 months ago
Really enjoyed it! Next time I think I will add lemon juice because I'm missing some acidic component.
Cam And Jen 4 months ago
This was a really great way to break up your typical pasta dish! I went ahead and added a little more garlic and added about a tablespoon of butter and chopped bacon when adding the mushrooms.
Viridiana Pineda 5 months ago
AMAZING!!!!! 🤤🤤🤤 This is my second time making it!!!!!!! I go crazy with adding mushroom!!!!!
Leesa Campbell 7 months ago
Add extra salt and use less than 1# pasta.
Saleena Sinner 8 months ago
It was super yummy! I added a ton of garlic, a few tbsp of butter, garlic salt, and a couple seasoned chicken breasts, twice as many mushrooms, and reserved closer to a half cup of pasta water to add more flavor.
Will 9 months ago
Nice and simple flavors. Easy change of pace pasta dish
Erin Takamaki 9 months ago
It is easy and good. Suggest it
Tim 10 months ago
Very easy, surprisingly tasty considering how few ingredients there are. I added some diced sundried tomatoes and that was it. Also, I don’t know how much pasta the author eats, but a whole pound? Way too much, I used about half that.
Robyn 10 months ago
Perfectly acceptable and quick dinner food!
Emily T. a year ago
Very good! I was generous with the garlic and the red pepper and it had plenty of flavor.
Eddie Jarrett a year ago
Family loved it, will definitely make it again. Maybe with a protein next time.
Coralie Haenga a year ago
I'm not sure if I cooked it properly well im gonna blame my cooking I really didn't like
Lisa N. a year ago
a little plain for my tastes too, need to give this one another try
Jenny H. a year ago
Scrumpilicious through and through...
Jojo a year ago
Delicious BURSTING WITH FLAVOR!
Salma a year ago
Made a really nice dinner, will probably make it again
Aaron W. a year ago
It’s OK, though, I may be biased; I prefer traditional spaghetti with red sauce. But, I decided to give it a try. The flavor is incredible, but I felt it lacked something. Ended up splashing it with spicy tomato dipping oil and, WOW, what difference.
Sam a year ago
Used dried mushrooms, they don’t have the spongy texture fresh ones do and added truffle salt
Pixie a year ago
Was “ok”. Could have used a little more of...something. Was way too plain for my liking, lacking in some flavor. But maybe that’s exactly how spaghetti aglio e olio is supposed to taste.
Scott Blankenship a year ago
super easy. I adjusted the ingredient quantities a little.
Niemi a year ago
Great but too big amount of spagetti
Karlie Cluff a year ago
Super quick & easy!!! We loved it
Colin Rosie a year ago
Threw in 250g of minced beef and was delicious. Perfect for an cheap and easy mid week dinner.
Thomas Davis a year ago
simple, quick, and delicious.
Ari Zeiguer 3 years ago
Quite delicious, flavorful, fast and simple. Easy to toss in a protein as well; we threw in some steak leftovers. Great for weeknight meals.