Whole-wheat spaghetti tossed in olive oil, chopped baby plum tomatoes, olives and celery, seasoned with ground black pepper
Ingredients are almost identical, I tend to mix and match depending on what I have handy, sometimes throwing in a handful of cheese, fresh herbs or different vegetables. Preparation is basically the same too; boil your spaghetti, drain. Heat up some olive oil in a pan, add in your ingredients, and heat for about a minute. Throw in your spaghetti, toss everything well and serve. All done in less than 20 minutes.
If you spend time chopping your ingredients more finely as in Pasta B, the flavours from the ingredients will blend together better, resulting in a more complex, tasty dish. I also find that chopping things into tiny little pieces is also a relatively good way to release exam stress, although its slightly more time-consuming.