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"No man is lonely eating spaghetti, it requires so much attention." - Christopher Morley
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Spaghetti Aglio Olio: The simplest way of cooking pasta, but no less delicious. Just toss in garlic and chilli flavored olive oil.
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Pasta Carbonara: This simple Roman pasta dish derives its name from 'carbone' meaning coal. It was a pasta popular with the coal miners. The original recipe calls for guanciale, which is pig's cheek, but since its not easily available, the chef has used bacon instead.
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Spaghetti with Zucchini: Vicky cooks up a simple and speedy spaghetti with the goodness of zucchini and flavors of parsley, chillies and garlic.
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Spaghetti with Cheese Balls: Paneer balls with a zesty sauce poured over spectacular swirls of spaghetti.
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Spaghetti Bolognese: The bolognese sauce is made with minced lamb, tomato, onions, parsley, lots of Parmesan cheese and a light flavor of nutmeg. The spaghetti is heaped on a plate and topped with the sauce and more Parmesan. It is a sure shot winner at the dining table.
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Spaghetti in Pesto Sauce: Quick and easy. Make fresh pesto at home and toss the spaghetti in it. Sprinkle some extra virgin olive oil on top and gorge on a spectacular dish with a glass of white wine.
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Spaghetti Meatballs: Cheesy meatballs and simple tomato sauce with spaghetti, an Italian classic.
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Pasta Con Pomodoro E Basilico: Pasta with basic tomato and basil sauce. This is the most basic and simplest cooked pasta sauce, hence it is the benchmark of a good Italian home cook.