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Spaghetti with Spring Onion and Zucchini

What you need: 

200 g spaghetti, broken in half (about a small handful, or eyeball how much pasta you'd
1 1/2 teaspoons olive oil
1/2 zucchini, chopped
2 spring onions, chopped or diced
1 clove garlic

What you do: 

Boil water and cook the spaghetti.
After about 10 minutes of cooking, heat the olive oil in a pan and toss in the zucchini and spring onion. Cook on medium-high heat.
Once the spaghetti is done, drain and mix with the veggies. Add salt and/or pepper to taste.
Delicious and quick for two people, when this is what you have in the house!

Preparation Time: 
15 minutes
Cooking Time: 
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My family totally dug this recipe! Super quick and easy toss together dish... and a fabulous way to use up the abundance of squash we have from the garden on any given day LOL. This will continue to be a great staple meal through the summer for us. Thanks!! BTW, I didn't actually measure and I probably tripled the recipe due to my big fam and used a TON of garlic. The spring onions in this were super yummy.


This wasn't bad at all, though I will admit I'm more used to pasta with the traditional tomato/creamy sauces.  I added an extra clove of garlic and got only a single serving, which I ate all in one go.  ;D In defense of the recipe though, I didn't measure the pasta and just added what I thought looked like a good amount, so I may have had a larger veggie to pasta ratio than intended.  Or I could just be a piggy. :o  Regardless, I will probably make this again when I have extra spring onions I need to use up. 


I just made this for dinner and it's really good! I used some regular onion instead of spring onions.  :)

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