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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

(4 P0rtionen)

50 g wild garlic
chop the leaves roughly
100 g of cream
puree wild garlic and cream
salt pepper
season
2 yolks
stir in the yolks
500 g spaghetti
cook according to the instructions on the package, drain, save some cooking water
2 TS olive oil
1 onion, finely diced
sauté the onion in oil in the pasta pot, put the pasta back in the pot and stir in the wild garlic cream
100 g of Parma ham, in strips
4 TS of grated Parmesan
fold in
if the carbonara is too dry, add some of the pasta boiling water
2 TS pine nuts, roasted without fat
sprinkle som Parmesan cheese and the pine nuts on top of the pasta, serve in bowls

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