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Spaghetti Aglio

VIEWS 348

Energy(Kcal)- 150

Protein (g) - 2.5

Carbohydrate(g)- 22

Fat (g) - 5.5

Khyati's Health-O-Meter Says:

Cooked in olive oil a rich source of MUFA it is rich in fiber that will keep you full.It is low in carbohydrates and rich in healthy fats.Parsley is a good source of magnesium that is good for nerve and muscle function.Olive Oil is a healthy cooking option since it is heart friendly and also helps boost metabolism.

INGREDIENTS
  • Boiled spaghetti- 1 cup
  • Parsley, finely chopped- 1 tablespoon
  • Red chili flakes- 1 teaspoon
  • Garlic, finely chopped-3 to 4
  • Extra virgin olive oil- 2 teaspoons 
  • Salt -as required
  • Black pepper- as required
DIRECTIONS
Step 1 Boil the spaghetti in the water for 8-10 mins or till they become al dente.Drain and place them in a bowl. Step 2 Heat the olive oil in a small frying pan. Step 3 Lightly brown the garlic with salt. Step 4 Add the garlic-oil mixture to the spaghetti. Step 5 Add red chili flakes and parsley. Step 6 Season with salt and black pepper. Step 7 Mix well and serve the spaghetti-olio-e-aglio immediately.

Spaghetti Aglio - BY KHYATI RUPANI

10 FEB 2018
VIEWS 348
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