Watch how to make one-pot Parmesan garlic noodles

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Pasta is a classic comfort food. What makes this classic even better is the ability to cook an entire meal very quickly in one pot. The One Pot Chef specializes in great tasting recipes that can be inexpensively and easily made. His YouTube channel offers a plethora of great tasting recipes that are based on "the best traditional, home-style and old forgotten classic recipes."
Besides offering simple recipes to viewers, the One Pot Chef also has a blog that contains what he calls, "heaps of non-cooking related content." His recipe for creamy garlic angel hair pasta is both quick and simple to make. To watch him cook it, check out his video at the end of the article.
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One-pot Parmesan garlic noodles
The One Pot Chef's unique way of making this dish really minimizes the work in the kitchen. By doing all the cooking in one pot, clean-up time is greatly decreased. Because the dish is super simple and basic, it's perfect for tweaking and making your own by adding your own unique set of ingredients. It essentially gives a great framework from which to create a masterpiece.
Preparation Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Serves: 4
Ingredients
2 tablespoon olive oil
4 cloves of garlic, minced
1 tablespoon. of butter
freshly cracked black pepper
3 cups (750 ml) of chicken, beef or vegetable stock
9 ounces (250 g or half a box) of angel hair pasta (or similar thin, quick-cooking pasta)
1 cup grated Parmesan cheese
3/4 cup of cream
1 tablespoon of freshly chopped parsley
Directions
1. In a deep sauce pan on the stove, warm the oil and garlic together and start to cook. Add the butter, cracked pepper to taste and liquid stock and bring to a rolling boil on the stove.
2. Place the pasta in the boiling liquid and push it in until it's submerged. Let it cook for 4 to 5 minutes or until the pasta is tender. Turn the temperature to medium and add the cheese, cream and parsley.
3. Mix the pasta until the cheese has melted. Remove the dish from the heat, and serve.
Pro tip: If you want to make this the main dish instead of a side, you can add some pre-cooked, shredded chicken and fresh asparagus to it. Adding a little bit of cheddar cheese or bacon will help kick the flavor up.
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The next time you're craving pasta, throw it all in one pot and create your own pièce de résistance.
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