Chilled Carbonara with Poached Egg. Spaghetti Carbonara is pretty much our favorite pasta dish ever. It's ten times better when topped with an egg that's been perfectly poached in the Anova Sous Vide Precision Cooker. Poached eggs are a beautiful thing.
This is the easiest carbonara recipe you'll try today AND it's topped with a poached egg. #winning. Recipes branded "easy" that require obscure ingredients are not any college student's friend. I present to you an actually easy carbonara pasta dish that is actually delicious that you can actually make. You can have Chilled Carbonara with Poached Egg using 7 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Chilled Carbonara with Poached Egg
- It's 70 grams of Pasta.
- You need 1 of Poached egg (chilled).
- You need 4 of pieces Cured ham.
- It's 3 tbsp of ♦ Heavy cream (or soy based).
- It's 1 tbsp of ♦ Parmesan cheese.
- Prepare 1/2 tsp of ♦ Salt.
- You need 1 of generous amount ♦ Black pepper.
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Chilled Carbonara with Poached Egg instructions
- Cook the pasta in salted (not listed) boiling water..
- In a bowl, combine the parmesan cheese, cream, salt, and pepper..
- Strain the cooked pasta in a colander, rinse under water to cool it down, and drain..
- Add the pasta into the bowl from Step 2 and toss together..
- Transfer the pasta onto a plate, sprinkle over on the bite-sized cured ham, and top it with the poached egg. Lastly sprinkle on some black pepper and parmesan cheese (not listed)..
- Enjoy it by breaking the poached egg..
- It's delicious to toss it all up..
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