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Spaghetti all 'amatriciana




Cherry tomatoes

500 grams

Guanciale, meat

130 grams

Chili pepper

to taste

White table wine

50 grams


500 grams

Roman pecorino cheese

100 grams

Extra virgin olive oil

to taste

Iodized salt

to taste

first courses from Italy - Lazio

Spaghetti all 'amatriciana

Spaghetti all 'amatriciana

with meat with gluten with lactose high in calcium high in potassium high in phosphorus

ready in

30 minutes


daily requirement

100% Fat

100% Protein

100% Carbohydrates

translated by Italian with google translate

Spaghetti all 'amatriciana

The allamatriciana Spaghetti, have a first course well known in the world that takes its name from a common amateur hit by the earthquake this morning.

Spaghetti all 'amatriciana step 1

step 1

wash, chop the tomatoes, remove seeds and grind into cubes

Spaghetti all 'amatriciana step 2

step 2

Cut bacon into cubes

Spaghetti all 'amatriciana step 3

step 3

put 2 tablespoons oil in a pan on the stove with the bacon and brown over high heat

Spaghetti all 'amatriciana step 4

step 4

pour the wine and let it evaporate

Spaghetti all 'amatriciana step 5

step 5

Just the pillow will become crispy, remove from pan and

Spaghetti all 'amatriciana step 6

step 6

in the pillow baking pan pour the tomatoes previously cut into small pieces

Spaghetti all 'amatriciana step 7

step 7

chop the red pepper (for those who do not love the very spicy dish, I suggest you leave the whole peppers in the pan, recorded in half and emptied of seeds inside)

Spaghetti all 'amatriciana step 8

step 8

and add to the pan and season with salt

Spaghetti all 'amatriciana step 9

step 9

cook over high heat

Spaghetti all 'amatriciana step 10

step 10

After 8-10 minutes of cooking, add the previously browned bacon and thicken the sauce, uncovered for about 5 minutes.

Spaghetti all 'amatriciana step 11

step 11

All that remains is to combine this delicious sauce 500g spaghetti and serve at the table with a sprinkling of grated pecorino from Amatrice (pecorino romano).

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