from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A sauce for pasta containing eggs, minced bacon or ham, grated cheese, and seasonings.
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- n. Spaghetti carbonara
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- n. sauce for pasta; contains eggs and bacon or ham and grated cheese
Hi Andreea, carbonara is definitely a comforting dish, but again, its really probably just about the bacon.
What really surprised me — the carbonara is really good.
I understand that originally it was made using squid ink and given the name carbonara because it was black like coal.
Agaton Strom for The Wall Street Journal The maccheroni alla carbonara, which is prepared with panchetta, egg and pecorino pepato cheese, is shown here.
I have a hard time keeping my mouth shut when I go out to eat with co-workers and friends who snarf down the cream-laden quasi-alfredo that's described as carbonara on restaurant menus.
The origins of the dish known as carbonara are in dispute.
"In England it's normal for someone who likes to cook to make Indian one night, a traditional English breakfast the next morning and a carbonara that evening."
The pastas include tonnarelli with pecorino cheese and black pepper; rigatoni with a tomato sauce; and tagliolini alla carbonara.
Lunch was in Llubí – a fantastic spaghetti carbonara not very Mallorcan but just what the doctor ordered.
I love to add vegetables to pasta carbonara and it is a great way to sneak in eggs for dinner and it won't bother Steve who does not think eggs are suitable dinner food.
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