Easy and light pasta with tomatoes and garlic. Cooked chicken breast chunks or shrimp can also be added to sauce for a great main dish!
Easy and light pasta with tomatoes and garlic. Cooked chicken breast chunks or shrimp can also be added to sauce for a great main dish!
Absolutely awesome! I honestly wouldn't bother making this recipe if I didn't have fresh tomatoes. I don't think canned tomatoes would do this justice. If your grocery store/sam's club/costco sells them, I would only use Campari tomatoes and they carry these all year long so you can enjoy this amazing "summer-like" dish even in January as I did! I used 16 oz of spaghetti, 2.5 cups diced fresh tomatoes, 1/8 cup of olive oil, 5 small shallot (instead of onions) and 8 cloves of garlic. I also increased the balsamic vinegar to 3 T (because we LOVE it!) and used a 1/2 cup of dry white wine in place of the chicken broth. I added a pound of shrimp (which I cooked in this sauce as it simmered) because my husband doesn't feel pasta without some form of meat and seafood is truly a meal. I think it would be just as good without the shrimp but the shrimp didn't detract from it at all. Fresh Parmesan is a must for this recipe. My 3.5 year old and my 21 month old DEVOURED this recipe! 4 thumbs up from us!! DELISH!Read More
Absolutely awesome! I honestly wouldn't bother making this recipe if I didn't have fresh tomatoes. I don't think canned tomatoes would do this justice. If your grocery store/sam's club/costco sells them, I would only use Campari tomatoes and they carry these all year long so you can enjoy this amazing "summer-like" dish even in January as I did! I used 16 oz of spaghetti, 2.5 cups diced fresh tomatoes, 1/8 cup of olive oil, 5 small shallot (instead of onions) and 8 cloves of garlic. I also increased the balsamic vinegar to 3 T (because we LOVE it!) and used a 1/2 cup of dry white wine in place of the chicken broth. I added a pound of shrimp (which I cooked in this sauce as it simmered) because my husband doesn't feel pasta without some form of meat and seafood is truly a meal. I think it would be just as good without the shrimp but the shrimp didn't detract from it at all. Fresh Parmesan is a must for this recipe. My 3.5 year old and my 21 month old DEVOURED this recipe! 4 thumbs up from us!! DELISH!
Very yummy and light. I used 1/2 chk broth and half white wine. Also used a can of diced tomatoes with italian seasonings as other suggested. I halved the amount of pasta stated. Put the cracked black pepper and crused red pepper on the table so each person can add it to their personal preference!
I somewhat doubled the sauce and only used one box of angel hair pasta because I like everything I eat to be very saucy. With the changes I made it came out more the way I like it. I used 1/3 cup olive oil, 1/2 onion, 8 coves garlic, 5 cups chopped fresh roma tomatoes, 3 T balsamic vinegar, 4 cups broth, 2 T fresh basil, and added 1/2 cup cabernet sauvignon and some sea salt. I think it could've used a little more wine and maybe a touch more sea salt. The balsamic vinegar gives it a really good flavor. It's a very light, fresh-tasing dish. Thanks for the recipe!
Oh my goodness! This is so simple and so delicious! I thought it would be bland because of the few ingredients, but I was so wrong. I followed the recipe, but I also took into consideration the other reviews. As stated, the original recipe requires way too much pasta. I completely omitted the chicken broth due to concerns of too much liquid. Instead I used a bouillon cube and it easily dissolved in the juice released by the tomatoes. I also added shrimp as suggested by the submitter of this recipe. I don't think I needed the cheese really because this flavor really stands out on its own.
Absolutley delicious! Thanks for sharing this recipe. So easy to make and the flavors of the ingredients were so complimentary of each other. The only change I made was that instead of using canned chicken broth I made my own using Better than Boullion. I made as a side dish for dinner but am looking forward to serving it with grilled shrimp or chicken soon for a main course. I will definitely make this recipe again and again!! I also found that this recipe is delicous served cold, especially after allowing the flavors to "marry" overnight. I almost prefer it cold now as to serving it warm, especially during warm summer evenings!
This was wonderful & different. I sauteed 2 chicken breasts with the garlic & onions, and also added a sliced zucchini. I used about 1/2 the amount of pasta called for (I used linguini - all I had on hand), and used 1/2 chicken broth & 1/2 white wine. Light, fresh and perfect for summer! Will be making again, thanks for sharing.
I guess since I just finished my 3rd helping; this gets a hearty 2 thumbs up from me!! What a great simple weeknight meal w/ingredients readily on hand. This will def become a staple at our house. I followed the recipe pretty much, except I didn't measure the onion (1/2 of a container of pre-diced), used a little more bottled minced garlic than called for, and used 2 cans of diced tomatoes (liquid drained). Next time I will probably use a little less than a full can of chicken broth and slightly less vinegar. I might try adding some spinach for some extra nutrients. Thanks! UPDATE: I made using baby spinach leaves (let them wilt in simmering mixture towards the end of simmer time) and it was a great way to make the dish a little more nutrient-dense. Thanks, again, for a great weeknight meal in under 10 minutes!
I have made this recipes many times. i use fresh tomatoes in the summer and add red wine. I also use lots of fresh grated romano cheese.
This recipe is EXCELLENT! I'm in school, so I don't have time to cook (nor do I cook extremely well), so I bought diced tomatos in a can, garlic that was already minced, and dried basil, and still the meal turned out great. This is a must try!
I'll admit I was very skeptical as I was making this...but it turned out wonderfully! I gave only 4 stars because I think that a pepper amount should be given for first timers to go by, instead of "to taste." I made some changes to accomodate my eating habits, namely I did not use any oil. Only a quick squirt of non-stick spray. I only used 8 oz of chicken broth. I also added a tsp of Splenda to accentuate the sweetness of the basil. I served this with spaghetti squash instead of pasta, it was awesome! I also topped it off with tofu chunks that I marinated in italian dressing and chicken bouillon granules and pan fried. Will definately have this again, probably with chicken, as the tofu and spaghetti squash together made for great taste but to much "mush."
This is nearly a 5 star recipe. My only 'complaint' (if you can even call it that) is that the ratio of pasta to sauce is too high, even if you prefer a lightly sauced pasta. I made a 12 oz box of angel hair pasta, and still did not use all of the pasta. The flavor of this dish however is fantastic, and it smells wonderful! I did substitute white wine for half of the chicken broth, and used better than boullion for the other half. I also added a handful of spinach leaves for nutrition as another reviewer stated, and chicken for my carnivorous husband who won't eat anything without meat. So, although i did make a few adjustments to suit our tastes, flavor wise I stuck to the recipe for the most part. I do highly recommend the white wine though as it really is complimentary to the tomatoes and balsamic vinegar. The only thing I'll change next time is up the amount of tomatoes and liquid a bit. Thank you for the recipe, it truly is one of my favorites (and I am very rarely impressed by recipes)!
Ive made this a couple times in the past and haven't rated it. But last night, my husband LOVED it. I read a few reviews and changed it up a bit. I used 1 can of fire roasted tomatoes in place of the romas and I used home made pesto instead of the basil. Everything else was the same! Delicious! Hubby wants it again next week!
Just wanted to mention that saving pasta water to use instead of chicken broth doesn't make the sauce as thin and is tastier than regular water.
This is really good and easy to make. I used two cans of diced tomatoes (not drained), and I had to use dried basil since I couldn't find any fresh. The next time I make this, I will cut back on the pasta or double the sauce.
Excellent recipe! I made this tonight and we really enjoyed it. I used approx. 12 oz. of angel hair and a bit of white wine instead of some of the chicken broth based on other reviewers suggestions. I also used a jar of drained, italian seasoned petite diced tomatoes- a new type put out by DelMonte- supposedly tasting more like fresh tomatoes- which really were quite good. My husband thought this was similar to the Olive Garden's Pasta Pomodoro- quite a compliment from him!
What a disappointment! After all the prep time, it was a waste of groceries.
I've made this a few times, just getting around to reviewing it. It's awesome! Easy comes together pretty quickly, and so yummy. Even when the dish is done and plated, it doesn't look like much and you kinda expect it be "ehh alright", but then you eat it and it's soooo good. I never have fresh basil but dried works great.
My idea of a perfect pasta dish - flavorful and light. Used half the angel hair pasta but same amount of sauce. Added leftover pork tenderloin but will make again with chicken or shrimp.
This is a nice light summer dish. I added more seasonings and spices to jazz it up a little.
This was wonderful!!!!! So easy and quick and YUMMY!! My husband was skeptical being a tomato hater (except ketchup) & w/balsamic vinegar he was VERY unsure about this recipe, but once he tried it, he literally said he had to make himself stop eating this because all he wanted was MORE!! Try it!!!!!!!!
WOW! These flavors all work really well together. I followed the recipe exactly except I cut the pasta from 16 oz to about 12 oz. Other than that I made it exactly as written and it is delicious.
I used a can of petit diced tomatos because I wasn't going to run to the store for 2 tomatos. It was awesome. My fiancee likes more saucy things he complains about the lighter looking pastas. so i just added heavy whipping cream... he can be tricked so easily. I loved it
This was out of this world delicious. I added more tomatoes, garlic and also mushrooms. mmmmm will make it again and again.
I loved this recipe! but my very picky family only thought it was "okay". The only change i made in this was the balsamic vinegar - i didn't have any on hand so i used a mix of red wine vinegar & sugar (yes this is a valid substitution). Other than that, i kept to the recipe exactly. Would definitely make this again! thank you for sharing!
AWESOME!!USED 2 CANS OF DICED TOM,,WHEN SAUCE WAS MIXED LET SIMMER ON LOW FOR COUPLE HOURS,,ADDED UNCOOKED SHRIMP TO SAUCE WHILE PASTA WAS COOKIN,,WHEN PASTA WAS AL DENTE LIFTED IT OUT OF WATER TO SAUCE,,COOKED 12OZ,BUT DID NOT PUT ALL IN,,EYEBALLED ITSPRINKLE PARM,,YUMMMM!!
Not that good. won't make again.
This recipe is awesome!! I add a pound (or sometimes 2 pounds) of peeled, cleaned raw shrimp at last step and it just bumps up a really great recipe to a wonderful and complete meal for company. Add crusty bread, a salad and you have a really really nice meal to entertain with...for guests or the family. eNJOY! We did.
Very excellent. The only thing I do differently is that I add a clove of garlic, and a few splashes of wine into the sauce.
This was delicious! I did add chicken that I cooked in olive oil with garlic and red pepper. This is definitely a new favorite main dish but would be fantastic without the meat as a side dish. Thank you!
I definitely agree that the pasta-to-sauce ratio is way off. I tried this with the sauce recipe doubled, substituting half of the chicken broth with Chardonnay. After letting the sauce simmer for about 10-15 minutes, it tasted excellent, but that disappeared completely when I added the pasta (full 16 oz). The result, even with salt, red/black pepper, and parmesan cheese, was extremely bland. Granted, I'm was dealing with out-of-season tomatoes, but the flavor just didn't carry. Maybe the sauce needed less liquid/more time to reduce. I'm tempted to try it again because of the flavor of the sauce pre-pasta.
We loved this dish! I used 1TBS. dried basil and added it when I added the balsamic vinegar. I would probably double the amount of tomatoes next time just because I love tomatoes and they really do boil down! Also, I didn't add the parm and I am glad I didn't....it was perfect!!!
This was good but I agree it is either not enough sauce OR too much pasta. The only way I could ever imagine eating this is with fresh tomatoes. Canned would make it too bland I think. I also added some homemade sundried tomatoes and simmered my sauce past the 8 minute stage to ensure it was a thicker consistency. So either double the sauce or half the pasta. But I highly recommend you simmer that extra few minutes to get a condensed, high flavoured sauce that is out of this world. Thanks for sharing!
This is a great idea and I love cooking a pasta dish that is just as tasty as tomato sauce, but lighter and more tangy. I did make a few alterations to this recipe to make it a BIT more flavorful. I substituted veggie broth for chicken (it worked wonderfully). I also added probably about 2 tablespoons extra balsamic vinegar, 2 tablespoons red wine vinegar, and I also added some red wine I had on hand (probably about a 1/3 cup). Also, might I suggest adding oregano to taste, use a red onion, saute some portabello mushrooms , and use a can of Italian seasoned canned tomato as others have suggested. This might be a personal preference, but I found fresh cilantro shredded on top to be quite a delicious addition.
I made it without the chicken broth and it was still delicious like the restaurants'! Thanks for posting!
I love the light sauce of this recipe. Great way to use tomatoes from the garden. The only thing I do different is add fresh sliced mushrooms or grated zucchini. Serve with grilled shrimp is always a big hit at my house.
Great Recipe!! Definitly use less pasta. Like the other users suggested..8-10oz. Tomatoes are versitile. I used cherry, and halved them. Also, use 1 tbsp of basil if dried. I really like this recipe, the addition of the fresh cheese is really nice.
Love this pasta. Very simple, clean and easy to make. I did feel it was a tad oily so I will use a little less next time. Also, I think adding the cheese to individual servings would work better as it tends to clumps together.
Good, but not great.
A new favorite for me! LOVED it! I eliminated chicken broth altogether after reading other reviews. I also used canned tomatoes. The balsamic vinegar is the perfect touch! VERY good!
Okay, this may sound odd but I liked the sauce a lot more before I put it over noodles. I tasted it as it was cooking and it had so much flavor and tang; I loved it! When I put it over noodles the flavor really seemed to fade. I did add bell peppers, mushrooms, and chicken to the recipe.
not great, ok
Tasted like it was missing something. Not to crazy about it.
I loved this recipe - I can't wait to try it with fresh ingredients as indicated. I was having a spaghetti-type craving but only had canned tomatoes, bouillon and dried herbs to work with. I highly recommend this method if you're ever in a pinch - it's still fantastic! I can't imagine how much better it will be once I make a run to the store!
This is pretty good, but I think it needs more spices or vinegar it was a little bland. I think I will double the balsamic vinegar next time and add some garlic salt.
This is a nice simple pasta dish. I sometimes use cherry or grape tomatoes and add mushrooms and crumbled bacon to top!
I have made this about 5 times now. My husband, 4 year old, and I all LOVE it! I usually add some grilled chicken to the top of it and have some garlic bread.
OMG!!!!!! Made this dish last night for my hubby and a friend. It was delish! It was easy to prepare and quick to make. The only things I did differently was I added a splash of white wine to the onion and garlic and some fresh (fried) mushrooms...wowowowowowowow...I will make this again and again and again. Thanks for the recipe.
This was easy and delicious. It's also good cold the next day, especially on a hot day,
So good!! I added shrimp, used half the amount of pasta, and increased the garlic and it was delicious!
Fabulous, easy and forgiving if you're missing something. I have substituted dry basil and canned tomatoes for fresh ingredients and it always turns out delicious. This recipe is my fall-back weekday dinner.
This recipe is simple to make but absolutely delicious. I modified the recipe a little bit, though, to give it more flavor. I used only half the pasta recommended, used more onion and LOTS more garlic. I also used two cans of petite diced tomatoes to save time and it turned out great. I also added about 1 tbsp each of oregano and fresh chopped parsley and some kosher salt to taste. This is great with grilled chicken marinated in Italian dressing. Serve with warm bread, a Carrabba's-style herb blend with olive oil, and a good Shiraz - a perfect dinner!
So easy, and very good. I added 1.5 lbs of defrosted and drained cooked shrimp, and decreased the angel hair to 12 ounces - that was plenty for 4. The tomatoes didn't add much to the flavor, but they made the dish more visually appealing. Served with french bread.
This was a really good recipe. Easy and light. I used spaghetti instead of angel hair and added 1 pound of shrimp. My picky son actually ate this one! :-)
Mmmm delicious! My only stray from this recipe was vegetable broth instead of chicken...I only wish i'd doubled the recipe...no leftovers for me the next day bc my guests devoured it lol. Thank you! =)
Omitted water (just used powdered chicken broth) and red pepper. Very easy and yummy. Would definitely work as a main dish with chicken.
I had a fridge full of Roma tomatoes, red basil, red onion and garlic so decided to give this recipe a whirl using those ingredients plus the others in the recipe and the dish turned out to be amazing. I did add an extra tomato, an extra clove of garlic. I also seasoned the onions and garlic with salt and pepper while sauteing them in EVOO. I also added a little extra balsamic. I usually tweak recipes and this time my tweaks worked to my advantage. We couldn't stop eating it. This recipe was super delicious and easy to make; a great recipe to impress your friend or SO. I served it with a side salad composed of romaine lettuce, red onion, sliced mushrooms, sliced avocado, salt, pepper, balsamic and EVOO e s squeeze of fresh lemon and topped with some of the left over Parmesan cheese. Thanks for sharing this recipe; I know I will make it again and again! Next time with shrimp :)
I thought this was a little plain overall, especially if the roma tomatoes you used are not very flavourful to start off with...
A little bland for my taste, but still pretty good!
Simple, quick and easy. Even my 4 year old loved it!
Great Recipe!! I followed the other reviews and used about half the chicken broth and I used dried basil-but just half the amount- I also only used half the vinegar and half the amount of pasta!! Great flavor however. I will definitely use this recipe again!!!
Very similar to what Pasta Luna served before changing chefs. I make 1-1/2 times the sauce the original recipe calls for then add 1 pound backfin crabmeat and 1-2 pound cooked shrimp plus extra basil.
Very good! This was our first try at homemade italian and we were pleased. We doubled the fresh basil, added an extra couple cloves of garlic and added 1 serrano pepper and a handful of sliced mushrooms (at the same time we added the balsamic). Delicioso!
yummy light meal!
Unfortunately this dish did not have much taste even though all the ingredients smelled great as they were added to the pot. The recipe definitely called for too much pasta as I used one box for 4 people and we had plenty left over. I only differed from the recipe by adding some shrimp and mushrooms, but I am sure glad I did because it would have been way to bland without them. All in all, this was not worth the time put into it as there are much better recipes to make that will taste much better.
Quick and Easy. Makes a lot!
I did make a few changes with this recipe, so if you're wanting it verbatim, you'll have to make it yourself. I used canned, petite-diced tomatoes, instead of those inedible hydroponic things from the store, as well as poblano pepper , and a shake of dried cayenne pepper. Use of commercially-processed products is generally NOT my idea of cooking . ( The canned tomatoes are OK,... canned sauces and broths are not ! ) You can reduce sodium a lot better by boiling a skinned chicken thigh and reserving the chicken for another use. The critical ingredient here is that balsamic vinegar. Do not omit it. Just boil the angel hair maybe 3 minutes, before adding to the mixture, then simmer just long enough for the spaghetti to absorb the excess broth.
This pasta recipe was quite good. I'd have to say, while not spectacular, this meal was filling & quite tasty. It's just as good reheated!
As delicious as it is simple. BUT... when you are sauteing the onion and garlic, first, high heat (as called for) is too much, especially for the garlic. Instead, heat up your olive oil over medium high heat, add onion and saute for a few minutes. When almost done, reduce your heat to medium and add garlic and gently saute for a minute or two, then proceed with directions. Also, if you cook angel hair pasta for 8 minutes, I guarantee it will not be al dente. Watch it carefully and test frequently. It will only need to cook for about 4 minutes. Other than these changes, I added a few extra cloves of garlic and a bit more basil and even a dash of oregano. Super yummy!!
I make this all the time, especially when I'm in a hurry. It takes only about 10 minutes to make. I have never used balsamic vinegar before but I'm afraid it would ruin the taste. To me, it's all about the garlic, fresh tomatoes and fresh basil!
We loved this - somehow it was both light AND hearty! Really hit the spot. Doubled the tomatoes and garlic, kept everything else the same. Served it with homemade pizza and a salad. YUM!
I love this recipe!!! My family and I will be making this a lot in the future! I like the simple directions, the simple ingredients, and the fantastic flavor! Dont pass this recipe up!! No special trips to the store. Thank you for submitting this recipe!
This is a great recipe. Have made it several times with thick spaghetti, but angel hair is best. Last night I made it without referencing the recipe. Mistakenly, I added a 1/2 cup of heavy cream to the sauce and brought it to a slow boil. It turned out to be wonderful. I'll keep the cream in. It made it special.
I prepared this recipe last night. I added sauteed shrimp. Otherwise followed the recipe. The next time I make this I will double the sauce or cut back on the angel hair pasta. Also salt could be added. 2 ( 8 oz ) packages of pasta is too much for the amount of sauce called for. The flavor was wonderful and I will make this again. Thank you.
Great recipe!! If your serving a heavy dish, this is a nice light compliment. I followed the recipe as suggested. Delicious!!
Easy and good...my favorite combination!
Amazing! Definitely use a good quality balsamic vinegar, bc that is what makes this dish. My only comments are that I prefer more sauce and less pasta, so I'd double the sauce next time, and that olives or capers would be lovely with this dish--but then that would probably make in a puttanesca instead. I didn't know where my parmesan cheese went, so I left it out and didn't really miss it. I'm sure it would add to it, but you really don't have to have it in this for it to work. Thanks for the recipe; I will definitely make this again!
i used 2lb of campari tomatoes, 1/2 cup parm mixed in sauce, 1 pack sugar to cut acid of tomatoes dreamfield angel hair pasta, healthy pasta, save extra pasta broth to add for texter of your choice, top with extra parmesian. excellent dish, use fresh ingredients. this recipe is fabulous!!
We really liked this dish! After reading many reviews I decided to double the sauce (sort of) except the balsamic vinegar. I used 4 C. fresh roma tomatoes, maybe 2-2 1/2 C. ckn broth, kept 2 T. balsamic as original recipe cuz it's VERY strong/tangy, 10 cloves of garlic (we like garlic), a VERY small onion & just a dash of red pepper. I needed to add a little salt, too. Everything else the same (I think). I needed to simmer for about 15-20 min. so it would cook down and not be so "soupy". Added toasted pine nuts at the end--YUM!! NOTE: Next time I will make sauce 1st then cook pasta. Right after draining I'll add to sauce. My angel hair was completely stuck together since it sat & could only use about 80% of it. Most will have to tweak to their liking. Will definitely make again!!
I cut this recipe way down...there are just three of us and I only eat very small amounts of pasta. But, someone had Pomodoro when I was out to lunch with them recently and I thought it looked simple to recreate. I had some Byrdhouse Blistered Cherry Tomatoes left over and decided to add them (without chopping) to the sauce at the very end and it put this over the top, in my opinion. I let the sauce simmer much, much longer than the recipe suggested and it was thick and very tasty. Everyone loved it and we'll definitely have it again...it's so easy you'll memorize the recipe the first time you make it.
I added about a teaspoon of sugar to balance the acidity of the tomatoes, but we really enjoyed this. Tasted a lot like Olive Garden's capellini pomodoro, which is what I was looking for! :)
This was very good. I made it for a dinner party, preparing all ingredients beforehand (chopping, cutting basil, measuring out the liquids), including pre-cooking pasta and some chicken. When the guests were here, all I had to do was steps 2 & 3. Very simple and in just 15 minutes, everything was ready. I added chopped zucchini to the mix and the meal turned out great. Served with a green salad and garlic bread. Will definitely make this again.
This was good! I made exactly as written and used the submitters suggestion and added 1/2lb shrimp to it. Next time I may try with some balsamic braised chicken. Thanks!
Great easy recipe. Really scary when cooking since it looked like a soup rather than a sauce, but after adding the pasta it worked. Could drain the tomatoes and/or add less broth next time.
As lacto-ovo Vegetarian's we often don't find many recipes to share with our friends. This was by far a keeper for Friday night. Used: about 1 teaspoon red pepper, at least 1/2 plus t. of fresh black pepper and vegetable broth. Fresh home grown basil, fresh grated cheese. Em, if that wasn't enough, a box of 13.5 oz. whole wheat spaghetti. Eaten with no bread!
I visited an Italian Restaurant Called "Tucci Benucch" and had their Angel Hair Pomodoro that was out of this world. I went on the Internet and found this recipe and I swear it tastes just like the one they serve. I never dreamed it would be so easy to make. I have been sharing this recipe with everyone. PERFECT!!
Used canned tomatoes and used half the chicken broth and put in a half cup of white wine. It came out absolutely excellent. The balsamic vinegar and the white wine worked together fantastically as did everything else. With regards to the crushed red pepper, remember that a little can go a long way, so know your audience. A quick, easy, and delicious meal!
We loved this. I like things saucy too, so cut the pasta down to 8 ounces, used 5 cloves of garlic, about 4 chopped roma tomatoes and a 10 ounce can of diced tomatoes. Yummy. We've tried recreating a recipe like this from one of our favorite restaurants and my husband said this is the best it's ever turned out. Must be the balsamic vinegar and chicken stock!
This recipe was very easy to make and WONDERFUL in flavor. I followed a couple of the reviews. I used a can of diced tomatoes with italian seasoning, halved the broth and added some white wine for the other half. And definately halved the amount of noodles. There were a lot. Be careful on the crushed red pepper, less is more. Great recipe.
Used penne pasta instead of angel hair. Two cans of fire roasted tomatoes(not drained) ... Family loved it! Goes together super quick!
I found that it was necessary to simmer the sauce quite a bit longer than what the recipe called for in order to reduce the liquid. The final results were delicious.
This is scrumptious!!!! I've made it at least 3 times in the last week. It's great to reheat for lunch. I made it along with salad and bruschetta, and it was a hit!!! I added a chicken stock cube to the chicken broth for a bit more flavor and lots more tomatoes and basil. Delicious!!!!!
I had problems with this receipe as is. I doubled the sauce/tomato mixture but left the pasta the same. Problem was, it was a bit bland and I could definitely see where wine might have added the "something missing." Also I'd try something other than angel hair if I made it again (just a personal preference). Husband wasn't crazy about it ... probably won't try again.
Great recipe but the sauce needs to be doubled!!Also if you intend on adding Chicken, I would suggest browning it first than add to sauce right away.
Plain tasting until you add the cheese. There wasn't alot of flavor; mostly just heat.
I make this recipe allll the time now, I love it! And so does my roommate who generally doesn't like tomatoes or onions. I took other's advice though and use a little of red wine. Serve with some grilled chicken and it is yummy!
I made this tonight for dinner and WOW what a winner. it's in my recipe file for sure. thanks Allrecipes.com
I've got to admit, even after reading all the rave reviews, I was skeptical up until the time i took my first bite... It's really good! It's simple but it has lots of flavor. I used all fresh ingredients and followed the recipe as is. Freshly grated parmesan on top is a must.
I added a little too much crushed red pepper, but overall this recipe was pretty good! I'd make it again.