This is my go to recipe when I’ve been studying for 7 hours straight and I can’t remember how to spell blue and I NEED PASTA. It takes all of 5 minutes to throw together, and it’s surprisingly healthy! SAT season is coming, and whether you’re taking an exam or have to deal with someone who is, it’s handy to have this in your arsenal. The best part is, it only has 4 ingredients, which are all probably in your pantry right now!
8 oz angel hair spaghetti
2 green onions
5 cloves garlic
1 tablespoon worcestershire sauce (How do you pronounce it? I like to say it Wur-ses-ter-shy-ree. I learned it from Shrek 3. Donkey taught me everything I know now)
Start by peeling and dicing the garlic. I recently tried the hack of putting hard boiled eggs in a box and shaking the peel off, and it worked really well! So well that I got carried away and tried that with garlic. 20 minutes of shaking later, it worked. Maybe just peeling it is easier.
Feel free to add more garlic! Cold and flu season is also coming, and there’s a bunch of nasty bacteria everywhere. Did you know there’s actually a germ running the country right now? Yeah, a bunch of anti vaxxers voted for him. Blech.
By the way, you should have a pot of water boiling now!
Drop in the angel hair AFTER you chop the garlic- the pasta will be done in literally two minutes.
Slice the ends off the green onions, and slice em up. Who thinks this green onion would make a better president than the Germ? It wouldn’t be fool enough to WAIT THIS LONG TO ANNOUNCE THEIR PICK FOR THE PRESIDENT OF THE FED, I KNOW THAT REALITY TV IS THE ONLY TALENT THEY HAVE, BUT THE MARKETS CANNOT TAKE THIS THERE IS TOO MUCH SPECULATION GOING ON YOU ARE LITERALLY GOING TO CAUSE ANOTHER DEPRESSION BECAUSE YOU LIKE DRAMA YOU WOULD KNOW THIS IF YOU KNEW HOW TO READ YOU DIM WITTED FASCIST.
Ahem. Sorry. Needed to get that out. Anyways! While we were talking about the markets, the pasta boiled. Drain the water,
and drizzle in a touch of olive oil so that the noodles don’t stick together.
Then pour in the worcestershire, and throw in the garlic.
Toss it all together, then right before you serve it, add in the green onions.
They’ll add a great pop of color and freshness!