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Garlic Penne Pasta

  • Non Veg
  • 20 mins
  • Serves 8
  • Easy



Despite of what your geographical location may be, pasta is something people all over the world love to indulge in. Whether you are a child or an adult, pasta always sounds like a good idea. With so many different variations of this dish available, it becomes hard to choose which one you would want to indulge in for dinner. While some pasta dishes are super creamy, others are overloaded with cheese. Spice and herb alterations can be done according to taste, but the one pasta dish that never fails to impress would be the garlic penne pasta.

This garlic penne pasta recipe will definitely make people keep wanting more.

Health Benefits

Pasta contains the carbohydrates and fiber that is necessary for the human body. Carbohydrates provide energy to the cells while the fiber helps fight against chronic diseases. There are also other nutrients and minerals in this dish that are beneficial for our body.

Garlic is known as a natural blood purifier and it fights against flues and colds. It prevents heart diseases and cancer as well. It is also known to reverse hair loss and it strengthens nails.

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How to Make Garlic Penne Pasta

  1. Start by cooking the pasta according to the directions, drain it, set it aside and let it stay warm
  2. In a medium sized saucepan, melt butter on medium heat and then add the garlic. Let it cook for 1 minute 30 seconds so you can add the flour. Once the flour has been added, give it a thorough mix and let it cook for 1 minute and 30 seconds while you are constantly stirring.
  3. Then, add the milk and chicken broth, while stirring and the sauce will start to boil and thicken. When it reaches a thick consistency, you will need to add the parsley flakes and Parmesan cheese. Keep mixing it until the cheese has melted properly. After incorporating, pour the sauce on the pasta, give it a good mix, and serve.
  4. You can serve this dish with your favorite veggies or salad.


  • There are more than 600 different kinds of pasta available around the world.
  • In Italy, the average person consumes 51 pounds of pasta a year.
  • The three most popular pastas are penne, spaghetti, and macaroni.

October is national pasta month.

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