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One Pan Linguine with Asparagus and Bacon

Rated as 3.67 out of 5 Stars

"For a quick weeknight meal, this linguine in traditional tomato sauce with asparagus, bacon, and cheese couldn't be easier."
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10 m servings 358 cals
Original recipe yields 6 servings


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  1. Pour whole box of pasta into a large skillet (approximately 12 inches in diameter). Pour 3 cups of cold water into the pan, ensuring that the water covers the pasta. Turn the burner to high, then set your timer for 10 minutes (optional: add a bit of salt to taste).
  2. Cook on high, stirring occasionally, until half of the liquid has evaporated. Add asparagus and stir to combine; continue to cook on high.
  3. With about 1 minute left, add the sauce and stir to combine. Season with salt and pepper to taste.
  4. Remove skillet from heat, top with bacon, cheese and parsley. Serve immediately.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 358 calories; 10.2 g fat; 49.9 g carbohydrates; 17.2 g protein; 27 mg cholesterol; 678 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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I had to use a little more water on this one. I also used about 3 cups of sauce, because it was too plain tasting otherwise. I had white asparagus in the fridge so that's what I went with. I als...

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This recipe just didn't work for us. The flavors weren't right. When I think of asparagus & bacon, a cream sauce comes to mind, not a red sauce. And if I cook anything on "High" on my stove, ...

I was a bit skeptical with this method of not bringing the water to a boil before adding the pasta. I had seen recipes for "one pot pasta" dishes before, and was always curious with how they wou...