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Escarole with Spaghetti!!!


Ingredients:

1 head of escarole – cleaned and ripped
7 cloves of garlic – chopped
Croutons
Dashes of salt
Dashes of red pepper flakes
Dashes of black pepper
Grated Romano cheese
Olive oil
1 lb. of your favorite spaghetti

Heat a large frying pan with a drizzle of olive oil and add the garlic to sauté. When the garlic is fragrant add the escarole.

Prepare the spaghetti as directed. Add a ½ cup of the spaghetti water to the escarole.

Season the escarole to taste with the salt, black pepper and red pepper flakes.

Drain the spaghetti and add to the escarole. Drizzle a little more olive oil over the spaghetti and escarole. Add the croutons and freshly grated Romano cheese.

This is a simple and delicious dish.

With Love,

Catherine
xo
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27 comments:

  1. Yummy. So much garlic with pasta must be very delicious. A glass of nice wine and almost perfect dinner. Thank you for this one :)

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  2. Ph Catherine this looks amazing. I have eaten escarole in soups but never thought of including it with pasta. Wonderful. Thanks for the lovely idea. Have a pleasant day.

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  3. YES!!! This looks and sounds incredibly delicious!!! Love all that garlic!!!

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  4. I am hungry now! Love this. I'd love this for lunch tomorrow. Great recipe.

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  5. This is a wonderful recipe Catherine! I never have eaten escarole in a pasta dish, it's a great idea! Have a good day, blessings my dear, xoxo

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  6. Great idea!I love all that garlic!xxx

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  7. What a fabulous recipe! I would eat every bit no one would get any!

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  8. This is a simple pasta dish just as I love! This is the kind of dish I love to prepare on week days... After a day of work, nothing comfort me more!

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  9. hi Katherine, I love to try this spaghetti, actually I am already bored with traditional sauce that I prepared for my kids, and I think this is a new taste. Thanks for sharing

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  10. I love the simplicity of this - pasta with greens and then seasoned (yes, garlic is very good, cheese also). It's part winter and all delicious.

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  11. Very interesting and tasty this recipe! I like cooking lettuces, but usually I use Romaine, escarola tastes better. Blessings :)

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  12. This sounds like a very flavorful and delicious dish.. Love all the garlic in it! Great post, Catherine!

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  13. Escarole! Lovely idea! You are always coming up with something tempting, Catherine! blessings ~ tanna

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  14. Catherine, A beautiful simple and delicious sounding recipe! Sounds great! Thanks and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  15. I've only ever really had escarole in soup but I could definitely see it being great in spaghetti!

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  16. Now you're talking. Pasta is my favorite dish and that looks fabulous.

    Have a terrific day. :)

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  17. Perfect ,perfect I love this .....have a nice day !!

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  18. I came here to search for a tiramisu recipe, hopefully I'll find one. I got to say though...amazing pasta feast :).

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  19. The pasta looks really tasty! More escarole please!

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  20. Love this kind of healthy pasta; never think o buying escarole; now you give me the reason.
    Rita

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  21. Looks great Catherine. I had to look up escarole though as I've never heard of it before.

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  22. Catherine, The spaghetti makes me want some right now. I love the combination of escarole (have eaten that in bean soups) and chili flakes in pasta!! Thnx for sharing

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  23. At first glance I thought it said Escargot with Spaghetti, lol! Thanks for sharing another simple and healthy dish! Blessings

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  24. Awesome pic...pasta along with some pesto would make my day:D

    Thank you

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  25. Love scarole any which way. Have you ever made it stuffed, where the whole head is stuffed like an artichoke, tied and steamed? I would love to find a good recipe for that.

    "va tutto bene"

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  26. Catherine, Great post I've never had Escarole but now I want to try it. Thanks for stepping out of the box.

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