Spaghetti Aglio E Olio Recipe | Garlic Spaghetti – Italian Pasta Recipe | Ruchi’s Kitchen

Learn how to make Spaghetti Aglio E Olio at home with Ruchi Bharani only on Rajshri Food.

Spaghetti aglio e olio is a traditional Italian pasta dish. It is the simplest and most basic of all pasta. So watch and learn how to make Spaghetti aglio E olio at home with chef Ruchi Bharani only on Rajshri Food.

3-4 tbsp of extra virgin olive oil
6 cloves of garlic
2 tbsp of pine nuts
8 sliced button mushrooms
retained pasta water
1 tsp of chilli flakes
150 gms of boiled spaghetti
salt to taste
2 tbsp of parsley
crushed black pepper
few shavings of Parmesan cheese

– Heat olive oil in a pan for 10 seconds
– Add sliced garlic and mix it properly and let it cook on low flame.
– Add pine nuts before the garlic turns brown
– Add sliced mushrooms and let them cook for 2 minutes
– Add pasta water, chilli flakes and give it stir
– Add the boiled spaghetti and salt to taste and toss the spaghetti in the garlic oil.
– Turn off the flame and add finely chopped parsley, crushed black pepper and toss it well
– Spaghetti Aglio E Olio is ready to be served.
– Grate some Parmesan cheese over the Spaghetti Aglio E Olio.

Director: Suchandra Basu
Camera: Kavaldeep Singh Jangwal, Manjeet Katariya, Pratik Gamre
Editing: Dinesh Shetty
Creative Head: Kavya Krishnaswamy
Producer: Rajjat A. Barjatya
Copyrights: Rajshri Entertainment Private Limited

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Shraddha Trivedi says:

Can we replace Mushrooms with any other vegetable?

Rohit Pillai says:

I don’t have pine nuts and parmesan cheese and is expensive here so what can I substitute for this items in this recipe? ????

pinkbird1480 says:

Why ruin something simple and great with mushrooms? Can’t you leave things as they are meant to be?

Saumya Srivastava says:

ruchi I request u to plz share veg biryani recipe.

Priyanka Dubey says:

i love all your recipes ruchi… wish to cook with you someday ^_^
will try it today for sure ^_^


hi ruchi. loved this recipe. can u please show some more spaghetti recipes?

Vincenzos Plate says:

my friend I love you channel but you can’t teach people how to make spaghetti aglio e olio. this is a different recipe and should be called something else

Priyanka Bhiwaniwala says:

Please do something about the background music …it was not all in sync with the Recipie and was very disturbing… At one point I felt the need to MUTE the video

Manjushree Sardana says:

I do not like pine nut so what other options. please

ciao vioz says:

Spaghetti Aglio E Olio Recipe; ” Italian” Pasta Recipe.Nice recipe but there are nothing of italian here ,maybe it’s better call : Spaghetti Aglio E Olio Recipe; American Pasta Recipe or Spaghetti with stuff; American Pasta Recipe. (sorry for my english ^^)

Nasreen Gangani says:

soooooo Delicious .

vanisreya Sreya says:

it is so nice

Divya Thakur says:

cant we use normal oil for this… n why… and … pine nuts…never heard bout it and dont find it in shops … what can i use instead ?

Bijal Virchand says:

I m nt using mahsroom? Wat shold i use

Kalyani Velamuri says:

any substitute for mushrooms?

Alexander says:

garlic is nearly burnt!

Shweta Manchanda says:

I could not find your pav bhaji recipe. Please send me the link.

Rupendraman Rajlawat says:

my name is Ruchi too

Anjelica Is Bae says:

An Italian would never use chilli flakes

Nandan Patel says:

mouth watering

shubha prabhusatam says:


Damini Nanaware says:

Can i make this with penne pasta?? Would it taste same?

Swetha Sharma says:

Garlic is burnt!!!!

Tvianne says:

why do you call it ‘aglio e olio’ when it’s not?! god, I wish people would stop labeling whatever with an italian name just to be cool… you basically lie to people. Shame on you


where are ur lasagna & pasta in baked beans reciepes..!! I just saw it for one day ad the next day it was gone.. Pls update

Roshni Patil says:

missed u mam…nd u looking gorgeous…

Mallika Gopal says:

Hi Ruchi.I tried this.I use basil instead of parsley and added few more veggiesIt came out well.Great Recipe

Ruhi Saxena says:

yummmm….hey when the bajaj winners will be declared and when?

Siddhesh Pawar says:

mouth watering …….. instant hungry

Raffaele Di Virgilio says:

this is not “spaghetti aglio e olio”, absolutely. You can do better with masala chiken. Leave italian kitchen alone, for god sake!!

Psn S says:

Hey I want rajma masala receipe

Saumya Srivastava says:

Hii ruchi
Ur recipes r delicious nd I follow u consistently. I hv tired almost all ur recipes nd they really came out very well.
thanx for sharing ur talent with us. looking forward to learn more from u

Digistrom X says:

What’s a good pasta to buy in India? Doesn’t need to be local as long as it’s available online

Neil says:

pasta is mushy ..not al dente ..i hate mushy pasta …and i think mushrooms could have been thinner so while sauteing it its nutty flavor could have been more enhanced.. good try though ..

Vitika Agrawal says:

Could you please suggest an alternative for mushrooms? My family doesn’t eat them. Thanks!

tabbhy Vallini says:

I’m italian and i think you never taste a spaghetti aglio e olio in your entire life… you only need 3 ingredients: oil garlic and fresh hot peppers. If you put more than this its not more aglio e olio pasta and the one you show its NOT our traditional recipe.



amitsoni soni says:

Nice Ruchi
I. M still waiting for gata kadi Rajasthani

Raffaele Di Virgilio says:

@Sara : you are totally right, but you have to call it “Ruchi Spaghetti”. This recipe have no relation with “Aglio e olio” traditional recipe. Please stop filling your mouth with “similar Italian names”. If you dont know really italian kitchen, please leave. You can be wonderful chef in your country, but if you cook this recipe to an italian calling it aglio e olio, you will receive the dish on you face, guarantee.

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