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Garlic spaghetti recipe?

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milkmoustache Fri 12-Oct-12 18:05:25

... and would be even better made with fresh pasta.

OneOfMyTurnsComingOn Fri 12-Oct-12 17:36:52

Mmm.. these are making my mouth water...

Zara1984 Fri 12-Oct-12 17:34:03

Melt a knob of butter with a 2-3 cloves sliced garlic. When foaming/melted, add in cooked spaghetti & toss. Then add a bug handful of fresh chopped basil. Toss some more, grind some black pepper over the top, then add a small handful of grated Parmesan. Delish! You can use other fresh herbs but basil is the nicest smile

lisaro Fri 12-Oct-12 17:31:10

Tossed in garlic butter is also lovely.

BoringSchoolChoiceNickname Fri 12-Oct-12 17:29:22

Loads and loads of thin slices cooked slowly until golden in lots of olive oil and with a sprinkle of dried chilli flakes.

OneOfMyTurnsComingOn Fri 12-Oct-12 17:23:25

Phew! I was a bit worried about them grin

UptoapointLordCopper Fri 12-Oct-12 14:11:15

We use whole cloves (about 1 1/2 head for 2 people), cooked very very gently (about 1/2 hour) on very very low heat in olive oil. Then mix with speg, crumble in some cheese. And the vampires stay away.

OneOfMyTurnsComingOn Thu 11-Oct-12 09:38:50

Oo thank you. Forgot to come back to this. grin

KnockKnockPenny Thu 11-Oct-12 08:42:50

I add soem parsley & breadcrumbs, its delicious

Drladybird Wed 10-Oct-12 15:06:10

The secret in nice garlicky spaghetti is putting slices in oil, and frying them but without letting them brown. You can then take them out and the oil is lovely and flavoursome. I usually also add some chilli flakes, capers and pinenuts to the dish. hmmm. tasty.

RoobyMurray Wed 10-Oct-12 12:26:59

or just use garlic oil of course.

RoobyMurray Wed 10-Oct-12 12:21:58

At a guess, I'd say:

cook spag.
gently fry some garlic in olive oil.
drain spag.

combine the two.


or is there more to it than that? smile

OneOfMyTurnsComingOn Wed 10-Oct-12 12:19:06

Just been looking for an old thread with this on, but I'm getting a service down message.

Anyone have a recipe?

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