Carluccio's Really Roman Carbonara 

Traditional and simple carbonara as cooked by Antonio Carluccio.

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)
Serves 2 Prep: 5 min Cook: 12 min

Ingredients

Tagliatelle 200g
Olive oil 3 tbsp
Pancetta 150g
Eggs 2
Egg yolk 1
Parmigiano reggiano as required
Black pepper as required

Method

1
Start cooking the tagliatelle as per the packet instructions. Use 10g salt for 1 litre water.
2
Put the olive oil in a large frying pan and fry the pancetta on a medium heat.
3
Get the flavour from the pancetta oil but don't allow too much oil to be released.
4
2 minutes before the pasta is cooked, turn the heat off the frying pan.
5
In these 2 minutes, put the 2 eggs and the egg yolk into a bowl and mix well. Add heaps of grated cheese.
6
Carbonara means the dish looks like it's got specks of charcoal in it (this is actually the black pepper), so put lots of black pepper into Step 5.
7
When the pasta is cooked, put into the frying pan and mix well with the pancetta. Pour in the sauce from Step 6 and stir well.
8
Make sure the egg doesn't cook. Serve with extra cheese and black pepper.

Tips & Note

●If the egg is cooked through, it won't be a carbonara at all. The ideal finish is a creamy egg sauce.
●Traditionally, the carbonara was made with pecorino romano not Parmigiano reggiano and guanciale instead of pancetta.

Carluccio's Really Roman Carbonara 

Traditional and simple carbonara as cooked by Antonio Carluccio.

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)

Serves 2

Prep: 5 min

Cook: 12 min

Ingredients

Tagliatelle 200g
Olive oil 3 tbsp
Pancetta 150g
Eggs 2
Egg yolk 1
Parmigiano reggiano as required
Black pepper as required

Carluccio's Really Roman Carbonara 

Recipe ID :1124 Posted on 15 SEP 2015

Serves 2

Prep 5min
Cook 12min
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Traditional and simple carbonara as cooked by Antonio Carluccio.

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200g
3 tbsp
150g
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Method

Prep
5min
Cook
12min
1
Start cooking the tagliatelle as per the packet instructions. Use 10g salt for 1 litre water.
2
Put the olive oil in a large frying pan and fry the pancetta on a medium heat.
3
Get the flavour from the pancetta oil but don't allow too much oil to be released.
4
2 minutes before the pasta is cooked, turn the heat off the frying pan.
5
In these 2 minutes, put the 2 eggs and the egg yolk into a bowl and mix well. Add heaps of grated cheese.
6
Carbonara means the dish looks like it's got specks of charcoal in it (this is actually the black pepper), so put lots of black pepper into Step 5.
7
When the pasta is cooked, put into the frying pan and mix well with the pancetta. Pour in the sauce from Step 6 and stir well.
8
Make sure the egg doesn't cook. Serve with extra cheese and black pepper.

Tips & Note

●If the egg is cooked through, it won't be a carbonara at all. The ideal finish is a creamy egg sauce.
●Traditionally, the carbonara was made with pecorino romano not Parmigiano reggiano and guanciale instead of pancetta.

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