My husband made dinner. He hasn't really done anything like that since we were in college, when his specialty was pan-cooked chicken breasts and a packet of Lipton rice. This was just as easy, spaghetti cooked al dente and tossed with olive oil, arugula and Parmesan. The arugula wilts when it hits the heat of the pasta. Make sure you pile on the cheese and don't skimp with the olive oil, either. The bitter greens really need a rich counterpoint.
Cook pasta in lots of salted water, then transfer it to a serving bowl with tongs. Add washed baby arugula, olive oil and freshly grated Parmesan, tossing until the arugula is wilted. If it seems sticky or tight, add a little of the pasta cooking water. I kind of think this would be nice with cooked shredded chicken or medium-sized shrimp, too.
More easy pasta:
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— Kim Walker