When it comes to pasta, long, tender strands of spaghetti have been a family favorite through the years. These recipes incorporate spaghetti with sauces like meat, carbonara, and Bolognese, as well as dishes that can be baked or tossed with chicken or meatballs.See Popular Spaghetti Recipes
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Here's a flavor-packed way to lighten up Bolognese sauce...ground turkey, zucchini, eggplant and garlic make it delicious. Served with whole grain pasta, you'll feel good about serving this dish.
Sauteed chicken and tender zucchini simmer briefly in robust Italian sauce to top hot spaghetti with a dusting of Parmesan.
The ground chicken in this recipe gives standard spaghetti and meatballs a new spin that's sure to become your next family favorite.
Just about any shape of pasta does the trick when you prepare this seafood pasta main dish for friends and family.
Sometimes the most comforting, satisfying meals happen to be the simplest to put together. Spaghetti and meatballs is a classic favorite for both children and grownups, and you don't even need a traditional Italian mamma to show you how to cook spaghetti. Certain variations of spaghetti and meatballs can be tricky, but if you stick to the basics--including prepared sauce and store-bought meatballs, this dish becomes practically foolproof.
Here's a crowd-pleasin' sauce everyone will love!
Tuna fish can easily substitute for anchovies in this pasta main-dish recipe that's ready to serve in less than 30 minutes.
The squash, tomato, and Parmesan cheese layers of this meatless main-dish recipe are seasoned with plenty of Italian flavors.
Named after the smallest of the Italian regions, this five-ingredient, vegetarian recipe is loaded with small white potatoes, spaghetti, and green beans and tossed in a basil pesto sauce.
This 6-ingredient dinner dish comes together super fast and features a flavorful variation on the traditional pesto. Not a cilantro fan? Try basil or parsley instead.
No olive oil is needed to make this deliciously easy pasta sauce, prepared in a blender with fresh basil leaves, garlic and flavorful chicken broth.
Pasta lovers who want to cut back on carbs and calories won't regret learning how to cook spaghetti squash. This oblong winter squash has flesh that separates into spaghetti-like strands when you cook it. It's a worthy low-calorie substitute for the real deal, and it boasts a fair amount of vitamins and minerals, too, including vitamins A and C, plus dietary fiber.