Carbonara or spaghetti alla carbonara is a traditional Italian pasta recipe. Its name is derived from the Italian word carbone, which means coal. It is believed to have been a recipe appreciated by charcoal preparers from the Apennine Mountains in the Umbria region of Italy. Other theories point out, on the other hand, that the name is due only to the dark color of the freshly ground black pepper used in its preparation.
Make a delicious carbonara with this excellent recipe!
Pasta a la CarbonaraCuisine: ItalianDifficulty: Easy
Today we’ll be making pasta using our carbonara sauce. See the necessary ingredients and follow the instructions in the preparation mode.
Carbonara sauce 1 packet
Parmesan cheese 10g
Black pepper to your liking
Parsley to your liking
- Turn a pot on the fire and add salt into the water;
- And the spaghetti after the water starts boiling;
- While the spaghetti is cooking, get ready to heat the sauce. Turn a pot on the fire;
- Pour the sauce in;
- Make sure that the sauce is thawed beforehand;
- Add 30-50cc of the reserved pasta cooking water;
- Stir it until it boils;
- Add 1 whole egg or a yolk into a bowl;
- Take out the spaghetti 2 mins before the recommended time and mix it with the pasta sauce;
- Boil it in a frying pan for about 1-2mins while entwining it with the sauce;
- Add in the rest of the carbonara sauce in the egg bowl and mix quickly;