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What An Incredibly Easy Way To Make A Restaurant Quality Meal!
At first glance, this pasta doesn’t look like much, but that’s just a clever disguise. In Italy, many of the most delicious pasta dishes look very plain but hit your taste buds with a pow! This dish is exactly like that. Serve this to your loved ones and they are certainly in for a surprise! I’m pretty sure my husband thinks I was somehow able to smuggle an Italian chef into the kitchen! But no, I just followed this recipe I found over at Dinner Delish. It is super creamy and has a really rich flavor from the heavy cream and the Parmesan cheese.
The tricky ingredient that just makes this pasta really pop is the chicken broth. There is a huge difference in the end result making the pasta this way! Your family will love this pasta plus the fact that this is a one pot dish makes for easy and convenient clean-up.
Who doesn’t desire an easy clean-up? I know that if any of you raise your hands you are probably a glutton for punishment LOL! Seriously, though, make this garlic pasta. You won’t regret it!
Recipe and image courtesy of Dinner Delish.
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Quick Tip: Use your favorite cheese instead of Parmesan!