Linguine with Garlicky Breadcrumbs

  • annssister Posted: 02/24/11
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    Very simple as far as flavor and prep. It's a great base from which to experiment but doesn't offer much as is. We won't be adding this to our regulars.

  • jfessler Posted: 11/04/13
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    Thought it was great! Save yourself time and use store bought breadcrumbs! Who makes their own breadcrumbs these days?? We have added this to our recipe rotation - serve it with grilled chicken breast and a veggie. Easy and very tasty!

  • JenSke Posted: 03/23/12
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    Flavors are ok. Way too dry even after adding more oil.....Won't make again.

  • MrsCarney Posted: 10/01/12
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    Changes I made-whole wheat linguine, extra garlic, garlic olive oil, store bought italian bread crumbs, no parsley, added a bit of parmesan cheese. We also kept a bottle of balsamic vinegar on the table to add a bit to our pasta- it was delicious! We will definitely make this again. I appreciated not having to have a ton of fresh produce on hand to be able to make it.

  • PattyBluebird61 Posted: 06/24/13
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    I measured out plain bread crumbs; saved time, turning on the oven in the summer and cleanup, IMO. Besides, how do you get 2/3 cup of bread crumbs from one slice of bread? I also added extra olive oil. The three of us enjoyed it!

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