There are three things to remember here: multiple starches really complement each other; whole garlic cloves cooked until soft are a mild and wonderful vegetable by themselves; and the two peppers, red and black, also complement each other. You can cook this dish from scratch or use leftover beans.
Cook the linguine and garlic cloves in
While the pasta is cooking, put the olive oil, parsley, rosemary, Parmesan, and black pepper in a warm bowl big enough to hold all the pasta.
When the pasta is almost done, add the peas and beans for 30 seconds to heat them through. Drain the linguine with the peas and beans, reserving
Sprinkle the chili flakes all over the top of the pasta.
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