Total TimePrep/Total Time: 25 min.
This is so good! I tweaked it a little. I used leftover bacon and leftover bacon fat, I also subbed halved grape tomatoes and used regular spaghetti noodles. I sauteed the garlic and tomatoes for a few minutes and then the chopped bacon for about 2-3 minutes and then added the noodles and kinda stir fried them before adding the spices and lemon juice. I removed from heat and tossed in the parm before serving.
This was great. Next time I make it, I'll cut the back up into super small pieces. I think I left mine too big. Easy and fast to cook and we both loved it.
Really good light dinner. I used already cooked bacon and substituted some olive oil for the bacon drippings. Was sad there wasn't more!!
Yummm! I threw some arugula over the top for show.
I made this last night and it was sooo good. I put chilli and white button mushrooms in without parsley. Thank you for the recipe. Definitely making it again.
This turned out good. I really liked it but my husband wasn’t too crazy about it. The fresh parsley was his main complaint. Maybe dried parsley would have been better. I really like that I didn’t have to do math to make a smaller meal. Serves 2.
This dish is amazing and fairly cheap to make. My husband likes a bit of heat in his food so I chose canned tomatoes with green chiles. I also added diagonal sliced green onion, sliced black olives and grated fresh parmesan cheese over this dish before serving. We loved this recipe!!!
Simple, quick, delicious. Will make again soon!
Simple, yet delicious! I try a lot of Taste of Home recipes and this is one of the best. Family loves.
Made this tonight, my whole family loved it! I doubled the recipe because I needed it to feed four. I made a side of fresh green beans, bread with oil, simple, delicious weeknight meal! Thanks for another great recipe Taste of Home!