GeneralBest pasta recipe for pasta lovers and Italians!Posted:

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This is the best pasta recipe my girlfriend has ever made!

What you need:
1. Pasta
2. Olive oil
3. Garlic powder
4. Oregano leaves
5. Basil leaves
6. Parmesan cheese
7. Whatever other cheese you want

Step 1. Boil water
Step 2. Add pasta
Step 3. Drain pasta
Step 4. Keep burner on the lowest setting with nothing in the pot
(NOTE: NEXT STEP HAS TO BE DONE FAST, SO OIL DOESN'T POP OUT OF POT AND BURN YOU)
Step 5. Add olive oil ( enough to just cover bottom of pot )
Step 6. Add parmesan cheese ontop of olive oil (quickly stir)
Step 7. Add 2 shakes garlic powder (stir)
Step 8. Add 2 shakes Oregano (stir)
Step 9. Add 2 shakes Basel (stir)
Step 10. Stir for 1 minute
Step 11. Turn off burner and let sit or Eat whenever ur comfortable.

This is the best recipe for pasta my girlfriend created. Let me know if you try it or will try it. It's incredible!


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I read what you needed and was like yup, time to make pasta.
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What Famous said, yup, time to eat pasta.

Minus the red pepper because I hate all things anywhere close to being hot/spicy.
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Glad to hear it guys! Updated the ingredients and replaced red pepper with basil leaves
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More people try this and let me know! Once again this is my girlfriends recipe. Not mine
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Could be worth trying this with homemade raviolli, something like chorizo and ricotta filling. om nom
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