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Old 06-10-2007, 12:46 PM   #11
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I do a quick Fettucine Carbonara, my kids devour it. I have no set measurements I just throw in whatever I think and for however many I am feeding lol.

1. Saute chopped onions, chopped bacon,minced garlic, and mushrooms in olive oil. Saute until onion has the opaque look.

2. Pour in 1200ml of thickened cream.

3. Let simmer then throw in a few handfuls of grated cheese. The more cheese you throw in the thicker the sauce. be careful at this part as cheese sticks.

Once all that has cooked and blended, put sauce with boiled fettucine

*forgot to mention to "extend" the sauce you can also add some milk

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Old 07-09-2007, 04:15 PM   #12
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You know what - Escarole would be far better IMO. I've not ever tried it like that, but should as I love Escarole pie. Swiss Chard is very good too, but on the bitter side - might not play well, but also worth a try.

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