I thought this very quick and easy dish was flavorful and would make it again. My family wanted a bit more of a "sauce" so they were less than enthusiastic. Not sure if I'll make it again because we have other similar recipes that they liked better, but definitely worth a try.
This is a rather basic recipe. But it provides such a great backdrop for improvisation, that I'm giving it 5 stars. I have a lot going on in my garden and I'm trying to fit it in... First, I had Japanese eggplant that went viral on me and I had no idea how to cook it. After reading a couple of recipes, I cubed it and roasted it in a 450 degree oven. It was delicious. I added this in with the tomatoes. While it was excellent, it was too much cooking. Should have added it in with the basil. So next time... I used yellow globe cherry tomatoes. Next time, I would halve. I added parsley along with basil. But, the garlic was outstanding! and the added cooking water gave it the silkiness that pasta needs. Great basic recipe as is - or to be modified by what's growing outside!
I made this and added some sauted chicken breast strips. Delicious!
Very good - fresh and a perfect meatless dish. We doubled the recipe for our family of 4 and it was plenty with enough for one leftover meal.
I liked this recipe just wished it had some sort of meat in it :) Slicing the tomatoes was the hardest part! Pair it with a nice chicken caesar salad and it would satisfy the meat lovers out there.
Excellent. Easy to make with great flavor. My wife said to add it to our favorites list after the first couple of bites.