Penne carbonara with mushrooms without bacon – Italian cuisine reinvented by Gordon Ramsay

Penne carbonara with mushrooms without bacon



Delicious, even without bacon: the penne carbonara with mushrooms they are a succulent variant of the classic bacon and egg, with a rich and different taste. Mushrooms are the great protagonists of this recipe, like eggs and pecorino, for a dish that can easily constitute the main course of a Sunday lunch or in any case of an important occasion.

How to make mushroom penne carbonara

The exquisite ones penne carbonara with mushrooms, without bacon, they are prepared first of all by soaking the mushrooms in hot water for 5 minutes, cutting them into small pieces and filtering the water, which is added a little at a time to the same mushrooms left to brown in a pan with oil and garlic. In another bowl, combine beaten eggs, grated pecorino, salt and pepper and the seasoning is then poured together with the mushrooms onto the penne boiled in the pan. Here are all the details of the recipe.



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