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Very simple pasta with barely any ingredients that serves 1 well.
Boil pasta in a pot of salty water according to package instructions for al dente.
Meanwhile, rub the clove of garlic all over your serving dish. Keep clove for future use. Strip lemon-thyme into the bowl. Scatter black pepper in and pour in the olive oil. Mix in grated Parmesan.
Once pasta is done, drain it and mix it into the lemon-thyme Parmesan mixture until the pasta is well coated. Grate a little more Parmesan over the top and adorn the top with a sprig of lemon-thyme. Dig in immediately!
Recipe adapted from Nigella Lawson’s Capellini Con Cacio E Pepe in Nigella Fresh.
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