1 September, 2020
Easiest Way to Prepare Delicious Fettuccine Carbonara
Fettuccine Carbonara. Pour over the pasta in the pan and toss gently using tongs. When pasta is cooked, drain into a large serving bowl and stir in the carbonara sauce and combine well. The heat of the pasta will cook the sauce and thicken.
Toss a jar of our delicious Alfredo sauce with tender fettuccine noodles, crispy bacon, and sautéed onions, and serve nice and hot. Try making this flavor-packed entrée for your family tonight. A traditional Fettuccine Carbonara recipe is made with onions or shallots sauteed in a little butter or olive oil and made with a creamy homemade sauce made with egg yolks, topped with bacon and peas. You can cook Fettuccine Carbonara using 5 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Fettuccine Carbonara
- It’s of Pasta.
- Prepare 1 1/2 cup of fresh grated parmesan.
- Prepare 200 gm of Guanciale.
- It’s of Salt and pepper.
- Prepare 2 of eggs.
BUT, my version is so easy, you're gonna love making it! Meanwhile, cook the fettuccine according to package directions; drain well. Transfer pasta to a large serving bowl. Pour sauce over hot pasta; toss to coat.
Fettuccine Carbonara step by step
- First off. Fresh pasta is the way to go. I made some spinach fettuccine yesterday to go along with the standard semolina hybrid. I'll put the recipes on that eventually (just google it, actual talented people have posted it before) but maybe try the refrigerator type instead of your run of the mill dry pasta..
- Cube the Guanciale, chuck in a frying pan on low and render until crispy. The fat is used to help emulsify the sauce. If you can't find guanciale, you can use pancetta. IF you simply must use bacon then add some ghee or reserve bacon fat to it. During the cooking process..
- Heavily salter water, boil. Try to time it as your meat has become nice and crispy. Whisk your two eggs in a cup and set aside.
- Chuck the pasta in until slightly undercooked, and then dump, using tongs, directly in to the frying pan. Begin tossing and incorporating the cheese. Turn off the heat and slowly pour in the egg, constantly mixing until a cohesive sauce forms..
If desired, sprinkle pasta with additional Parmesan cheese and cracked black pepper. No cream… just eggs, bacon/pancetta, pasta and parmesan cheese. I'm a bit of a pasta nut. And really, what's not to love about a nice, big bowl of carbolicious-ness. For a quick dinner, whip up Tyler Florence's authentic Spaghetti alla Carbonara recipe, a rich tangle of pasta, pancetta and egg, from Food Network.