What can i make for dinner with spaghetti noodles, other than spaghetti? Thanks for the answers!?!
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Answers: Spaghetti saladChicken SpaghettiStir Fry veggies with SpaghettiTop noodles with chili or manwhich
Chicken AlfredoPasta salad
I just gave this answer to a guy who was making something with chicken, but it works for you too:This is something my mother-in-law came up with that I improved on a bit by adding veggies....Boil a pot of water and cook some pasta (best is spirals), I use a whole box.Cut chicken breast into strips or chunks and brown. Add 1 chopped green bell pepper, 1/2 onion chopped, and about a 1/2 cup of sliced button mushrooms. Season with salt, pepper, oregano, basil and parsley. Cook until peppers are tender. Then add 2 cans diced tomatoes (drained slightly) and 1 can tomato paste.Once boiling, add cooked pasta, mix together and simmer for about two minutes. Serve with garlic bread/toast.It sounds like a lot of ingredients, but its really easy and it turns out yummy. You can also substitute tortellini for the pasta, and sometimes I chop up some zucchini and put that in as well. Enjoy!
Make up a pot of soup and add some broken up spaghetti to that. I find it makes a can of soup stretch further, and it keeps the cost per serve down.
Obviously the word spaghetti is the noodle itself, so do you mean, what can you make besides adding a tomato sauce to it? If that is the case, Nothing. You can add butter, and any other sauce to it and change it up.My favorite alternative sauce topping is to saute a diced onion in olive oil add a bag of frozen peas, pour water to cover the peas, add a beef bouillon, and some salt and pepper to taste and then spoon over the noodles. Or take some steamed broccoli, then saute garlic in olive oil with crushed red peppers add the broccoli, then add the noodles, and add some romano or parmiggiano cheese on top.
IF YOUR WANTING TO GET AWAY FROM THE SAME OLD TOMATO SAUCE , TRY COOKING THE NOODLES AS USUAL , DRAIN - RUN IN COLD WATER , TAKE SOME CUT UP VEGGIES OF YOUR CHOICE , LIGHTLY FRY IN SEASONED OLIVE OIL , THEN ADD SPAG AT THE END , IT'S DIFF + GOOD
FrittataCook the spaghetti as you normally would. Drain and set asideIn a large saucepan, heat 2 Tablespoons of oil. Saute one chopped onion and minced garlic clove. Add and saute any of these:-mixed chopped vegetables-cubed boiled potatoes-sausage piecesAfter slightly cooking your veggies/meat, add in the spaghetti. In a separate bowl, beat 8 eggs with some salt and pepper and a shot of milk. Add egg mixture to pan and press vegetables and spaghetti down so that egg mixture covers them. Add more eggs if necessary.Put the entire pan in a 400 degree oven for about 20 minutes, or until eggs looked cooked through (a nice orange/light brown color on top)When you remove the pan from the oven, let it cool for about 20 minutes. With a butter knife, separate the Frittata from the edges of the pan. Place a plate upside down on top of pan, and flip over. You have a Frittata! You can cut it into pizza-slice-size slices and serve. Enjoy!
Try using Chicken. You can Shred it, or cut it into chunks. Add a jarred Alfredo sauce, and some grated Parmesan cheese, or even a marinara sauce with some garlic bread.
Cook your noodles as directed and drain. In a saucepan melt some real butter and brown it. You will know when it ready because it will have a nutty smell and it will be brown.Serve this over your noodles and toss with some Asagio grated cheese. Salt and pepper to taste.Serve with a baked chicken breast on the side and a salad.We have a place here called The Spaghetti Factory. They serve this with a piece of baked chicken and salad and it is wonderful.
One of my favorites is using spaghetti noodles in place of macaroni for macaroni and cheese. You cook it stove top instead of baking in the oven.
Last night I just tossed some angel hair pasta with butter, parsley, seasonings, and Parmesan cheese and had that with baked chicken and honey carrots. Easy and good.