The thin strands of angel hair pasta in these delectable recipes are tossed in both smooth and chunky sauces. Chicken, beef, shrimp, pork, and vegetables enhance these angel hair pasta recipes seasoned with Asian, Italian, and Southwestern flavors.See Popular Angel Hair Recipes
Already sweet cherry tomatoes, intensified by roasting, are tossed with summery basil, tangy feta crumbles, and angel hair pasta to create a great summer side.
Angel hair pasta lends a delicate look to this rich side dish with a cheesy mushroom sauce.
The cooked beef is chilled for this dish, which is served with pasta that's been tossed in Thai peanut sauce.
Loaded with vegetables, this pasta side salad recipe makes enough to take to a potluck or party.
Coiled pasta goes by several names: bird nest pasta, coiled angel hair, and, fideos. This simple pasta recipe with onions goes well with pork or chicken.
Served over pasta or rice, this heavenly chicken and its golden mushroom sauce make a deliciously easy weeknight meal. Just let the slow cooker do all of the work.
Prosciutto gives a burst of flavor to this Italian-style combo of angel hair pasta, fresh mushrooms, baby spinach, and Parmesan cheese. This is a quick yet fresh meal--perfect for busy weeknights.
Shellfish is always a popular combination in a pasta recipe which includes sun-dried tomatoes, olive oil, and garlic. Add broccoli florets to round out this quick-and-easy meal.
This 30-minute recipe illustrates how you can combine five ingredients and turn out something divine. Heavy cream and pesto team up for a sauce that delicately coats the salmon and angel hair pasta.
This Asian-style 30-minute meal pairs ginger and apricot sauced pork chops with a pasta and snow pea side dish.
For this 30-minute recipe, toss broiled scallops with angel hair pasta, bean sprouts, scrambled eggs, and a garlicky sauce.
Shrimp and asparagus, tossed in wine sauce and served over angel hair pasta, is an elegant dinner for two that requires short time in the kitchen.
Superfine angel hair and delicate scallops are coated with a light lemon, white wine and caper sauce.