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Spaghetti carbonara

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  • 7 ounces dry spaghetti pasta
  • 5 ounces bacon, cut into small pieces
  • 5 ounces grated Parmesan cheese
  • 1 egg
  • 1 egg yolk
  • black pepper


    1. Boil water for the pasta. Put the bacon in a pan without oil and cook over medium-low heat slowly until the fat will become transparent. Then increase the heat and let it skip a few minutes to make it crispy.
    2. In a large bowl, beat the egg, egg yolk and add half the Parmesan and plenty of black pepper chopped at the time.
    3. When everything is ready place to cook spaghetti, salt water and when they are ready (al dente) drain (save a bit 'of water) and pour immediately into the bowl with the eggs, stirring quickly.
    4. United finally the bacon (very hot) and the oil that it will be pulled out and stir again. If you need to add a little 'cooking water.
    5. Serve immediately spaghetti carbonara completing the courses with more pepper and Parmesan cheese was ... wonderful!

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