Spicy pasta recipes combine the best of both worlds: all the tastiness of pasta with the mouth-watering flavors of spices. After all, who doesn’t love a good bowl of pasta? It’s not only delicious and easy to make, but you can also make your pasta loaded with nutrients and vitamins. Read on to discover a spicy pasta recipe you’ll want to add to your daily diet!
Ultra-Yummy Spicy Pasta Recipes You Must Try This New Year!
1. Sriracha Marinara and Meatballs
Spicy pasta recipes are everyone’s favorite. Our first recipe comes from none other than domestic goddess, Martha Stewart. In the past, we’ve talked about Sriracha’s health benefits, so why not try it out in this delicious pasta dish? It’s sure to add some spice to your new year!
2. Pasta Alla Vecchia Bettola
This next spicy pasta recipe comes from not one, but two legends in fine dining. The Barefoot Contessa herself reworked this signature meal from the legendary restaurant in East Hampton, Nick and Toni’s, to create her own scrumptious meal. Get a taste of New York fine dining in the comfort and freedom of your own home!
3. Spicy Red-Wine Spaghetti
Looking to add an extra edge to your repertoire of spicy pasta recipes? Try this spicy red-wine spaghetti from the Food Network’s resident genius, Giada de Laurentiis! The unique blend of wine and tomatoes, topped with parsley and goat cheese, will make you and your guests crave more.
4. Garlic Sriracha Noodles
Still feeling a bit peckish after your Sriracha marinara and meatballs? Then try this simple but delectable recipe by Rasa Malaysia! Of all the easy spicy pasta recipes, this one might be the easiest. You can whip up these garlic Sriracha noodles in less than fifteen minutes. However, its delicious blend of spices, butter, and garlic will stay with you for a long, long time.
5. Spicy Angel Hair Pasta
This angelic recipe will have your guests singing your praises to the high heavens! It’s the perfect meal for when you want something light but still chock-full of flavor. Plus, the touch of lemon adds a zesty halo to your angel hair pasta.
6. Thai Basil Pesto Pasta with Spicy Shrimp
The Italians weren’t the only ones who mastered the art of pasta and pesto. This delicious Thai recipe is a must-try, especially for you seafood lovers! The delectable combination of savory pesto and spicy shrimp will tickle even the most discriminating of taste buds and will leave your guests crying for more!
7. Pasta Arrabiata
No cookbook of spicy pasta recipes is complete without the all-time classic: pasta arrabiata. There is no spicy pasta dish more iconic than this elegant blend of tomatoes, olive oil, oregano, and red pepper flakes. If you find it a bit too hot, don’t worry! For those who prefer light spicy pasta recipes, just reduce the red peppers and spices to a level suited for your tastes.
8. Spicy Puttanesca
Another classic, this spicy puttanesca recipe adds some red-hot jalapeños for some pep in an old Italian favorite. Combining this with some chicken or a glass of red wine will make your dining room feel like the sunny, Mediterranean countryside.
9. Spicy Lasagna
Fighting off the winter blues has never been tastier than with this wonderful recipe for spicy lasagna. It’s the perfect comfort food for a cold, snowy night. You can cook enough for a dinner party or whip up a small, simple meal as a personal treat!
10. Penne Pasta With Spicy Tomato Sauce
Add some southern flavor to your diet by whipping up some penne pasta with spicy tomato sauce! This dish is tasty while also being healthy! Additionally, it’ll give you some much-needed calcium and iron.
11. Spicy Sausage Pasta Recipe
Want some meat in your spicy pasta dish? Then try one of the best spicy sausage pasta recipes! This smoky sausage and creamy sauce will melt in your mouth but won’t increase your waistline. Even though this dish is packed with flavor, it contains less than 400 calories a plate!
Craving even more spicy pasta recipes? Watch this video below by KK’s Kitchen for an easy instructional guide to making Indian-style spicy pasta!
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