Aglio Olio Pasta is a traditional Italian dish, with spaghetti sautéd simply with garlic and olive oil (hence ‘aglio‘ for garlic and ‘olio‘ for olive oil). It is sometimes spiced up with other condiments as well, such as chilli flakes and seafood.
However, just like how some people would eat Bak Chor Mee without Bak Chor, my recipe of garlic oil pasta has to make do with no garlic as well (hence ‘senza aglio’), just to make sure the big guy laps up everything.
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