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Top Rated Amatriciana Recipes

I love starting my Italian cooking with pancetta and onions! This is a great way to make a traditional Italian Sauce.Amatriciana goes great with seafood, chicken cutlets or even pasta! It does have a different taste than your Italian Maranara but once you give it a try…You will love it.. Sometimes I add capers right before serving! Cooking Italian is certainly my favorite! Enjoy…
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An Italian sauce hailing from the city of Rome, amatriciana is a traditional pasta sauce based on the use of pork, Pecorino cheese, and tomatoes. This recipe uses a little pancetta and adds aromatics like garlic, red pepper flakes, and basil to make it an incredibly flavorful but easy dish to make. 
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Spaghetti Amatriciana
What’s that? Think you can’t have pasta on a diet? Think again. Using reduced-fat bacon and whole-wheat spaghetti keeps the PointsPlus value for this recipe down, while retaining flavor.
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Christine L.
For a quick and flavorful classic, saute bacon or pancetta and add onions, garlic and red pepper flakes. Cook with canned plum tomatoes for a mere 10 minutes, stir in fresh parsley or basil and toss with cooked spaghetti. Pass the Parmesan and enjoy!
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There are two versions: "original and historic" the amatriciana, although other variants are good (de gustibus ....) Try these: the first is the oldest and is without the tomato, after this crop has come in Our continent has the second most famous amatriciana, both strictly with spaghetti (for god sake I adore bucatini, but the original is with spaghetti), fresh pig cheek (smoked) of Amatrice (or smoked bacon it changes the taste but one can use it ) , pecorino of Amatrice but if you can’t find it use normal pecorino (sorry if I insist, but if these ingredients are altered the flavor is completely changed), oil, salt, red pepper (the chili hot ones), half a glass of white wine. Absolutely avoid onion and pepper, parsley or other amenities. To taste the real amatriciana go on the spot so to Amatrice and taste the real sauce. Nowadays they use tomatoes it makes the diierece but it’s good too try them both!!!!!!!!!
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mailbelle
A traditional Amatriciana sauce (which comes from the Italian town of Amatrice, near Rome) would be made with cured pig jowl. For convenience (who knows where to get cured pig jowl in this country?), but also for health, lean Canadian bacon has been substituted. From the Healing Kitchen @ wholehealthmd.com.
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International Recipes
Hi all. I've been lurking for a few months now and feel that I finally havesomething worthwhile to contribute. I made this at the weekend. It's basedon a recipe from TASTY AND EASY RECIPES OF MEDITERRANEAN DIET which Imodified slightly. Although ...
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ratherbeswimmin'
From Rachael Ray
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Lavender Lynn
This classic sauce takes its spiciness from black pepper and dried chiles and its depth of flavor pancetta.
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Stacky5
This is one of Nick Stellino's recipes. I just LOVE Nick Stellino...He's so funny to watch, and I really like his style of cooking. He's quite possibly the one man in the entire universe that I would marry....*wink*
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International Recipes
Hi all. I've been lurking for a few months now and feel that I finally havesomething worthwhile to contribute. I made this at the weekend. It's basedon a recipe from TASTY AND EASY RECIPES OF MEDITERRANEAN DIET which Imodified slightly. Although ...
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lacrenshaw
Submitted to allrecipes by Christine L, this dish is a classic.
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