Like many sacred Italian rituals, this dish’s origins may be traced back to the deli, but it has since been pasta-fied, fancified, fetishized, and elevated to the status of a national institution in Italy.
Carbonara is a great example of how Italy and the United States share their cultures, since it may have come from the United States. Remember that the primary goal is a velvety smooth texture.
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Eggs are the key ingredient in this popular Italian dish that’s quick and easy to prepare.
Tomato and Asparagus “Carbonara”
This easy 20-minute Tomato Asparagus Carbonara Pasta is the perfect spring-inspired carbonara recipe, featuring fresh cherry tomatoes, asparagus, and a deliciously creamy sauce.
Pasta Carbonara Frittata
This Big Little Recipe uses the same ingredient list as classic spaghetti carbonara but reworks the quantities and technique, ending up with—ta-da!—a frittata.
Asparagus and Chicken Carbonara
This healthy chicken carbonara dish is delicious but lower in fat and calories than traditional pasta carbonara.
Spring Vegetable Carbonara
Pasta and tender-crisp spring vegetables are tossed in a light, delicious egg and cheese sauce in this spring vegetable carbonara.
Sun-Dried Tomato and Goat Cheese Carbonara
This carbonara is extra creamy because goat cheese melts into the sauce made from eggs. Remove the saucepan from the heat before stirring everything together for the smoothest texture (and to avoid scrambled eggs!).
Creamy Bacon Carbonara with Chicken
This Creamy Chicken and Bacon Pasta are one for all those days when nothing but creamy pasta will do. It’s unapologetically indulgent and loaded with all the essential food groups – cream, parmesan, chicken, and bacon. Very little prep, on the table in 20 minutes!
This recipe is Shrek-green, super tasty, quick, and easy to make. It is also ridiculously healthy but doesn’t taste as it should, which feels like a win. “