Carbonara

(Italian) Cream and Hamsauce.

carbonara

[n] - sauce for pasta
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carbonara

noun sauce for pasta; contains eggs and bacon or ham and grated cheese
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carbonara

Traditional Italian sauce consisting of garlic, eggs, and bacon served over pasta.
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carbonara

– Carbonara in Italian means "charcoal" or "coal," and "alla carbonara" means "in the manner of the coal miners." In Italy, the names of dishes generally tell us where or with whom they originated: dishes called Bolognese come from Bologna, alla Romana from Rome, Neapolitan from Naples; anything marina...
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Carbonara

Carbonara is an Italian pasta dish from Lazio, and more specifically Rome, based on eggs, cheese (Pecorino Romano or Parmigiano-Reggiano), bacon (guanciale or pancetta), and black pepper. Spaghetti is usually used as the pasta, however, fettuccine, rigatoni, linguine or bucatini can also be used. The dish was created in the middle of the 20th cent...
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Carbonara

An ultra-rich pasta sauce consisting of pancetta, eggs, and parmesan cheese. Actually less of a sauce than a preparation, hot pasta is tossed with the rendered pancetta fat, the eggs, and then the cheese. Crisp pancetta and black pepper are tossed into the pasta just before serving.
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