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Traditional Carbonara Recipe: Cooking Up Rome’s Simple Delight

Explore the best Italian recipe with the traditional carbonara recipe. Uncover the simplicity and richness in this classic dish.

Unraveling Carbonara: A Roman Tale on Your Plate 

In the heart of Rome, where the past whispers through old streets, Insideat invites you to enjoy the beauty of Italian food. Learn the secrets of one of the best Italian recipe and typical Roman dishes, and let’s dive into the story of pasta alla carbonara

Pasta alla carbonara is like a mystery waiting to be solved. Some say it comes from coal workers, others say it comes from a soldier recipe of WWII,others think it has a more noble origin. No matter where it started, what matters is the taste. This dish is simple but full of flavor, making it one of the best Italian recipe and beloved part of Roman cuisine

Making Carbonara Magic: Your best italian recipe Guide 

For those eager to try Pasta alla carbonara at home, here’s a traditional recipe:


Servings: 5 people
  • 500 gr of spaghetti (or rigatoni)
  • 6 egg yolks
  • 300 gr of cured pork cheek (guanciale) or bacon
  • Salt and pepper as required
  • 120 gr of grated pecorino romano cheese


  1. Cook the spaghetti until it’s just right. Keep a bit of the pasta water before draining.
  2. In a pan, cook the diced guanciale until it’s crispy.
  3. Whisk together the eggs, grated Pecorino Romano cheese, and black pepper in a bowl.
  4. Mix the cooked spaghetti, crispy guanciale, and Carbonara cream. Add a bit of reserved pasta water to make it creamy.
  5. Garnish with pepper and more Pecorino Romano cheese.


Watch the pasta alla carbonara video recipe prepared by our skilled chef on our YouTube Channel

Enjoy the Roman Touch with Insideat 

As you savor the creamy textures and savory goodness of pasta alla carbonara, imagine the streets of Rome and the stories each bite tells. Join Insideat in embracing the simplicity and taste of this Roman classic, and enjoy bringing a piece of Italy to your table.

Buon Appetito!


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