Pinoy Carbonara With Ham And Bacon

Some of the best pasta recipes come from all over the world, like spaghetti bolognese, baked macaroni, and linguine pasta. One of the most talked about kinds is the Pinoy Carbonara, which is loved by people of all ages. Simply put, this is pasta with a light, smooth sauce that tastes great. And for this recipe, I’ve made it much easier to make carbonara by using a few familiar ingredients and easy steps.

But, as you may already know, this is made with a lot of cream in the Philippines, which gives it that creamy, wonderful taste. But some people might not know that the original Italian dish doesn’t use cream at all. And it’s definitely easier in terms of what you need to make it. Compare these two ways of making Carbonara to see what I mean.

Authentic vs Filipino Style Carbonara

Authentic Carbonara

In the original recipe, eggs and cheese are the only things that make this creamy. The real Carbonara doesn’t have that many fixings. We just add Panceta to our dish to make it a little more rich and filling. As far as spices go, we only have cheese, eggs, a little bit of salt, and ground black pepper. But even though it is simple, it is not at all lacking in depth. This real version gets a lot of love because it has great flavor even though it only has a few parts.

Carbonara Recipe Filipino Style

On to the type you might know better: Carbonara Recipe Filipino Style! This is made with a lot of all-purpose cream and a few more spices, like beef cube and nutmeg. Obviously, this recipe wouldn’t be complete without the fried bacon, which goes well with the smooth pasta. If you haven’t tried this version yet, you should do so as soon as possible!

Festive Tuna Carbonara

My recipe for Festive Tuna Carbonara is both beautiful and tasty. It has a nice variety of toppings, including bell pepper, bacon, and, of course, tuna. This great mix makes it perfect for the holidays or any other party you have coming up soon. And when I say “soon,” I really mean that you can make this quickly. This only takes about 15 minutes to make because most of the time you’ll just be mixing the ingredients together. The salty, rich taste of tuna is also very special. It gives our pasta a beautiful structure and taste that you won’t want to miss.

Pinoy Carbonara With Ham And Bacon

How to Cook Carbonara

You will need 300 grams of spaghetti for this. Now cook this up as indicated on the package’s instructions. Afterwards, drain the water you used, and set the spaghetti aside.

Grab a pan, and let this get hot. Put 8 strips you’ve cut into ½ cm slices in the pan. Then just cook these until they get nice and crunchy. Transfer this to a clean plate, and set this aside too.

We’ll melt 1 tablespoon of butter in the same pan. Once the butter is melted, you can add two finely chopped garlic cloves. This was cooked for 10 seconds, after which 12 cup of sliced button mushrooms and 4 tablespoons of all-purpose flour were added. Then just stir everything together and cook it for 30 seconds.






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