Spaghetti alla Carbonara or simply Carbonara is a type of pasta dish. It is made with meat and a egg custard. The meat can either be guanciale or pancetta. The egg custard is made of egg yolks, black pepper and parmesan and/or pecorino.
Origins[change | change source]
Some people claim that the name Carbonara comes from the black carbon look that the peppers give. Others believe that the origins of the Carbonara come from an old dish eaten by shepherds, in Lazio. This dish was called cacio e ova.
References[change | change source]
- ↑ Bianchi, Do (2012-10-29). "Carbonara, a new theory for its origins and name". Do Bianchi. Retrieved 2021-05-12.
- ↑ Forti, Laura (2021-04-05). "Carbonara, la ricetta originale dal 1954 a oggi [Carbonara, the original recipe from 1954 to nowadays]". La Cucina Italiana (in Italian). Retrieved 2023-02-09.