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Spicy Sriracha Spaghetti with Broccoli

Prep + Cook Time: 30 minutes

Doesn’t every family love pasta dinners? There’s no need to avoid them when you use whole grain noodles and load it with vegetables like I did in this one-dish meal. This would also be delicious if you add 1 – 2 cups cooked chicken breast, shrimp, or tofu. Serve it with an Asian Cucumber Salad and Hot Chocolate Submarinos for dessert. – Aviva

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Instructions
Cook the noodles in salted water according to package directions until they are al dente.

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Served with

  • Asian Cucumber Salad
  • Hot Chocolate Submarinos

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One thought on “Spicy Sriracha Spaghetti with Broccoli

Stacy says:

I thought this was just okay. I think the Budget Bytes Dragon Noodle recipe is similar, yet much better. Maybe it needed more oil or maybe it was the whole wheat spaghetti. Or maybe the broccoli was too crisp. I added some scrambled egg to it for extra protein. But over all, I was not impressed. My son loved it, however.

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One thought on “Spicy Sriracha Spaghetti with Broccoli

Stacy says:

I thought this was just okay. I think the Budget Bytes Dragon Noodle recipe is similar, yet much better. Maybe it needed more oil or maybe it was the whole wheat spaghetti. Or maybe the broccoli was too crisp. I added some scrambled egg to it for extra protein. But over all, I was not impressed. My son loved it, however.

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