Make Easy Carbonara
Edited by Emmanuel M. Lardizabal, Anonymous, Jomalyn Lardizabal, Rebecca M. and 2 others
Carbonara is a type of white sauce that can be served with any type of pasta. There are many variations of this recipe, and each person will have their own additions and subtractions to suit their own tastes. Many people consider cooking to be a chore, but even those who don't like to cook can appreciate good food. One of the most common things people usually is do is to go to a drive-through restaurant, have pizza delivered, or stop at a take-out counter food place just to order a food that already cooked.
Carbonara is easy to make and is a great recipe choice when you are pressed for time. Spaghetti carbonara is an Italian pasta dish and is commonly called white spaghetti when seen of the menu of the popular spaghetti restaurants. There are many and different ways of cooking a spaghetti carbonara or white spaghetti. The best way to find your personal favorite is to experiment when cooking your own spaghetti carbonara. This spaghetti carbonara recipe was served with cream, cheese, ground pork and condensed milk. It's delicious and is easy to easy to make. This classic recipe is simple and perfect. It's one of my favorite meals and I make it often.
Things That Are Needed For Making Carbonara
- 1Large cooking pot- This may will be used in cooking the pasta for the carbonara.Advertisement
- 2Large skillet- The cooking pan may be used in cooking the sauce for the carbonara.This will also be used in frying the spices needed in making the carbonara.Advertisement
- 3Ladle- This will be used in stirring the sauce of carbonara while it was being cooked in the frying pan.
- 4Chopping board.The chopping board will be used in mincing the spices as well as in cubing and slicing the meat for the carbonara.
- 5Knife.It is to be used in order to slice or cut the spices and the meat.
Ingredients For Pasta Carbonara
- 1/2 kilo (1 lb.) of your favorite pasta
- 1/4 kilo (8 oz.) quick melt margarine
- 1/2 kilo (1 lb.) ground pork
- piece 45 ml (1/4 cup) nestle cream
- 1 can of 400 gram (11 oz.)mushrooms
- 2 cans of 400 gram (11 oz.)tuna flakes
- 1 can of 250 gram (approx. 1 cup) small condensed milk
- 5 ml (1tablespoon) of cooking oil
- 1 medium white onion sliced or chopped
- 1tablespoon Salt
- 1/8 teaspoon of black pepper
- 225 grams (1 cup) of grated cheese
- 1 1/2 l (1 1/2 quarts) Carbonara sauce
- 2 large cloves of a garlic, minced or finely chopped
For The Pasta
- 1Fill the large pot 3/4 full of water and add 1 teaspoon of salt and 1 Tablespoon of oil to the water.Turn to med/high heat and bring it to a boil.Advertisement
- 2Drop pasta into the pot water while stirring immediately to prevent it from getting stick together.Stir occasionally while pasta is cooking to prevent it from sticking to the bottom of the pan.
- 3When pasta is tender but still firm (al dente), drain it into a colander and rinse well with cool water.
- 4Toss the pasta with a small amount of cooking oil to keep it from sticking together and set aside.
Instructions For The Sauce
- 1Place the margarine into the large skillet over medium heat.
- 2Add the onion and garlic and saute them until the onion begins to turn clear.Add the ground pork and cook until no longer pink.
- 3Once the meat is done, add salt and pepper.
- 4Add the drained tuna flakes.Stir and cook for a few more minutes.
- 5After cooking the tuna flakes, drain the water off the mushroom, then sauté the mushroom in the cooking pan.Stirring frequently.
- 6Add the carbonara sauce, stir and simmer.After adding the carbonara sauce,stir in the condenses milk. Then add the nestle cream. To get the creamiest taste of the sauce. Add a little grated cheese in the cooking pan.Advertisement
Now you have a creamiest and tastiest carbonara sauce. Enjoy eating your pasta carbonara.
- Take care not to overcook the pasta. Rinse immediately with cool water.
- For best results this dish should be served immediately.
- If you have problems with any of these steps, ask a question for more help, or post in the comments section below.
Categories : Cooking
Recent edits by: Eng, Rebecca M., Jomalyn Lardizabal