Aglio is Italian for garlic, olio is oil and you get no points for guessing what spinaci is. Aglio e olio is a traditional Italian pasta dressing, its USP being that it doesn't need expensive ingredients such as bell peppers which cost ¥200 a piece (~INR 130). I had this two weeks ago at ITC Maratha and it tasted fairly interesting, so I decided to make it, and tossed some spinach in there too.
How did it look?
Somehow, whenever I make pasta, the sauce falls short. The same happened this time too, so I had to toss some more garlics and spinach separately and add it to the mix. It became better then. And some parsley on top. Also, I didn't throw all the pasta water away, thinking it would help the whole thing mix, but it still was enough to make it all wet. Lesson learnt.