Wild garlic Carbonara
April 26th, 2018 | main dishes
Carbonara wild style: Instead of bacon, Parma ham enhances the spaghetti – and wild garlic gives a special touch in terms of colour and flavour.
Yes, I know, no Italian would make a carbonara with cream. But probably neither with wild garlic, right? So, what’s tasty is what’s allowed – and it looks so fresh and appetizing.
Wild Garlic Carbonara
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