A healthy alternative to pasta is spaghetti squash. One of the newest health craze trends, spaghetti squash is a much healthier alternative to past and taste just a great. Some may not like spaghetti squash as much due to the sliminess and slipperiness. Baked spaghetti squash carbonara cooked the right way and with all the ingredients that are in a carbonara would surely confuse your taste pallet and have you eating healthier without the guilt.
- Traditional carbonara uses pasta water for creaminess but this uses extra ricotta
- After baking the squash wipe the dish clean to make sure there isn’t excess water for the second bake
- The whole thing takes about an hour and a half from start to finish
“True spaghetti carbonara has just a few simple ingredients: eggs, cured pork, fresh-grated Parmesan or Pecorino, and a hefty dose of black pepper.”
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