I know, this is another Italian recipe, but we really like it in France….and I am sure elsewhere too!! This recipe is originate from the beautiful city of Rome, and it’s perfect to bring some Italian’s sunshine during cold weather.
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 10 minutes
Ingredients (for 2 person):
- 200 gr of spaghetti
- 15 cl of double cream
- 160 gr of bacon dices
- 1 tablespoon of mustard
- Salt, pepper
Cook the spaghetti into a pan of hot water for around 7 minutes, until they are “al dente”.
In the meantime, prepare the carbonara sauce: fry the bacon the dices in a pan. Then add the cream and the mustard. Season with salt and pepper. Add a tablespoon of the pasta cooking water and gently cook until the sauce thickens.
When the spaghetti are ready, drain them and put them into a plate. Cover with the carbonara sauce. Buon apetito!
Tip: you can eat the carbonara pasta “Bianca” (like in this recipe) or with a fresh egg yolk that you had to the sauce when you serve the dish. You can also sparkle a bite of Parmigiano o Pecorino Romano.
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