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Top Rated Spaghetti Recipes

Summertime Spaghetti
The main rule of using fresh, quality ingredients is even more important in a recipe that requires so few items. In other words, choose your ingredients wisely. With that said, this meal is still easy on the wallet. Click here to see 15 Easy 15-Minute Pasta Recipes.
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Spaghetti alla Carbonara
This pasta is from the region of Lazio, around Rome. Some sources believe the dish was developed at the end of World War II, when American soldiers stationed in Rome brought rations of eggs and bacon to Italian friends who turned them into this pasta sauce. Other sources suggest that it originated with coal miners (carbonari) in the region. It may be made with either pancetta or guanciale. Both are cured pork products: Pancetta is made from the pork belly, guanciale from pork jowl. Bacon (which, unlike guanciale, is smoked) is not commonly used in Italy. But it frequently appears in this dish in the United States.  The pancetta or guanciale should be cooked just to render the fat but not until crisp. The egg yolks, which serve as a liaison to thicken the sauce, are whisked with cream, then cooked with the spaghetti — to ensure that the sauce is hot — but only briefly; exposure to heat will eventually scramble the eggs and ruin the smooth consistency of the sauce. (Cream is not traditional but it is often used because it prevents the eggs from scrambling.) Click here to see 15 Easy 15-Minute Pasta Recipes.
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Spaghetti with Clams
This is a classic dish of spaghetti dressed with clams steamed in white wine, seasoned with garlic and red pepper flakes. Traditionally, this dish is made with small clams (about the size of an adult fingernail), served in the shell. Any variety of small clam, such as New Zealand cockles or Manila clams, will work; the latter are particularly nice because they are plump. The best method for cleaning clams is to soak them in cold, salted (sea-like) water for up to an hour so that they expel any grit. Click here to see What Fish Should You Be Eating Now for Flavor, Health, and Environment. Click here for the 10 Seafood Recipes You Can Make in Less Than 15 Minutes 
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BBQ Spaghetti
Everyone loves baked pasta and there is no better time to indulge than winter. The carbs in the pasta fill you up and the cheesy-oven-baked-goodness of a casserole warms you up. This version from Spicy Southern Kitchen has a flavorful twist: barbecue sauce, green onions, and cilantro.Click here to see more of our best pasta recipes.
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ham and pasta Alfredo
Leftover ham doesn’t always mean sandwiches. Ham and Spaghetti Alfredo is a spring favorite that combines the rich, creamy goodness of Alfredo with the savory flavor of ham. For a pasta entrée that comes together quickly, use purchased Alfredo sauce and frozen broccoli florets.
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Spaghetti with Broccoli Rabe and Vongole
Spaghetti with Broccoli Rabe and Vongole (Clams)... an absolute Winner!
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chickpea spaghetti with roasted vegetables
Loaded with fiber and extremely low in fat, Explore Cuisine’s Chickpea Spaghetti is a sure-fire way to bring your family around the table tonight. The chickpea spaghetti is a perfectly organic, gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian-friendly pasta made with real, organic pea protein.
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Spaghetti Pomodoro
When the craving strikes, nothing quite beats fresh pasta with a simple fresh tomato sauce. Here's a simple and delicious version from Lugo Caffé, located near Madison Square Garden in New York City. This restaurant specializes in homemade pasta, so be sure to give this recipe a try.
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Spaghetti
This indulgent pasta dish was a tradition in my family growing up. It's quick, easy, and delicious. Healthy? Absolutely not. Click here to see Dinner Recipes in 30 Minutes or Less.
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I’ve always had this thing for Italians. And in a way they’ve had their thing for me, too. I went to Italy for a little bit after my dark days of gambling and replenished my soul in Genoa, Milano, and Venice. Then, during culinary school, I had the good fortune of hanging with many friends from the Italian neighborhoods Bensonhurst and Sheepshead Bay in Brooklyn, and Howard Beach, Bayside, and Middle Village in Queens, and even in New Brunswick, N.J. Imagine this: a semitall Korean kid from LA in his mid to late 20s getting weird looks, then immediate hugs from grandmas and mamas. I’d be thrust into the kitchen with "Oh, you go to culinary school with my girl/boy? Let me show you a thing or two." Then they’d have me cook. This was my icebreaker, ’cause a Korean kid in Howard Beach walking a girl home ain’t that easy, son. Once I cooked, even in my early days, it was magic. Big fat kisses from grandma as she let me stir the pot of tomatoes. So here you go, my $4 spaghetti. Tastes almost as good as the $24 one.
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Spaghetti Pie
This hearty Italian dish makes a simple spaghetti dinner without meat. Use homemade marinara sauce or a good bottled kind for an easy dinner. Add some garlic bread and a salad, and you're all set. This recipe is from Good Housekeeping.-Lainey6605This recipe is courtesy of Lainey6605 via Food.com
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Spaghetti and Crabs
I grew up eating this dish on family trips to the Jersey Shore. We'd go crabbing in a small rented motor boat, using a man-made crab trap with a chicken wing attached to bait the fresh shellfish. We'd catch as many as we could and make this dish, which I consider to be a "crab gravy" thanks to the combination of crabs, tomatoes, and herbs, which create such profound flavors. Remember, it’s not sauce — it’s gravy. And this dish is incredible. The first time I cooked it, people lined up around the block for it. See all spaghetti recipes.
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