Dim the lights, flip on some Sinatra, and you'll imagine your at an authentic Italian place. Except no tip required.
A tomato sauce that cooks in practically no time for the pasta that does the same.
This thin pasta (also known as capellini) goes swimming in a bold sauce with ground lamb.
Angel hair pasta, also known as capellini, is delicious with the light taste of shrimp.
Thin angel hair pasta combines with thin crab meat for a unique twist on the easy weekday pasta meal.
You could eat this hearty tomato sauce all by itself, but why not take a few minutes to cook up some angel hair pasta (a.k.a.) capellini to fill out the meal.
A simple tomato sauce any beginning cook can make. Ground turkey makes it hearty, and angel hair pasta (a.k.a. capellini) helps make sure your cooking time is as short as possible.
An absolute crowd-pleaser. This filling sauce make your angel hair pasta (a.k.a. capellini) a little devilish.
A simple, meaty pasta dish for dinner (and probably lunch the next day).
Meatless does not mean tasteless. Don't argue until you've tried this sauce.
The meaty cauliflower makes this meatless dish a hearty one.
No one said you couldn't bury your serving of vegetables in a hearty pasta sauce. This meatless dish is healthy but not flavorless.
A quick dunk in boiling water, a simple simmer, and you're ready for a delicious but meatless pasta meal.
Quick pasta, no fuss, hearty taste. Legendary man Julius Caesar loved mushrooms enough to hire a personal taster who'd make sure they weren't poisoned. You don't need to worry about that.
When you feel like splurging on meat, go for ground veal with this angel hair (a.k.a. capellini) pasta.
Not the manliest name for a pasta (you may choose to go with the more neutral "capellini") but when time is important, like the game's about to start, this pasta does have the advantage of cooking fast. Use in this simple tomato sauce with ground chicken for a simple, healthy dish.