Recipe by Classico
"An easier take on an Italian classic. Rich and creamy alfredo sauce combines with Parmesan and Pancetta (Italian bacon) for a delicious pasta dish the whole family will love."
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1 (16 ounce) package
1 (15 ounce) jar
Classico® Light Creamy Alfredo Pasta Sauce*
thinly sliced pancetta*
chopped large shallots
dry white wine
freshly grated Parmesan cheese
chopped fresh flat-leaf parsley
I absolutely love this recipe! It's so delicious and really easy to make. I made it for a girls night in and totally impressed my friends!
This is not a real Carbonara sauce. I am disappointed, I was hoping for a good real recipe for one!
I made this as described the first time (but with standard bacon) and found it alittle bland. Made it a 2nd time with thick pepper bacon, and added cut up fresh spinach and sliced mushroom and it was fantastic.
No, it's not an authentic carbonara recipe, but that isn't a reason to rate it low if you haven't even tried it. This was easy and delicious for a quick week-night dinner. The eggs added some protein to the meal in addition to thickening up the sauce and giving it a flavour that is closer to a "real" carbonara. We all enjoyed it very much. Thank you!
Since this recipe was submitted by Classico, of course they'll use their own sauce. I tried it this way and thought it was really good, especially when your strapped for time.
This was a little more work than I like to do for a weeknight dinner. I did use the pancetta and it gave the sauce a greasy taste. I was not happy with this one. Sorry
Just tasted like pasta with alfredo sauce. Will not be making it again :(
this was pretty tasty. I appreciated the ease of jarred sauce. It didn't take away from the taste or my feelings about it at all. I really did like this and my family LOVED it because we have only had this out lat $15.95 a plate. I did add a few things to make it a little heartier, peas (I used frozen) and small pieces of white meat chicken breasts. Also used double the panchetta but had to add some left over bacon grease to really bring it together. I used penne so the sauce would fill the tubes. That was great. This was quite easy and I will positively make it again. Thanks for the starter ideas.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Classico(R) Spaghetti Carbonara
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 119
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