Enjoy A Hearty Meal!
There are so many types of pasta and just as many sauces. Make Sunday dinner special by serving fettuccine carbonara.
Who is "at risk" for eating raw or undercooked eggs?
If you are concerned about the safety of undercooked eggs in this recipe, read what the USDA advises:
Infants, young children, older adults, pregnant women and people with weakened immune systems are particularly vulnerable to SE infections. A chronic illness weakens the immune system, making the person vulnerable to foodborne illnesses. No one should eat foods containing raw eggs. This includes "health food" milkshakes made with raw eggs, Caesar salad, Hollandaise sauce and any other foods like homemade mayonnaise, ice cream or eggnog made from recipes in which the egg ingredients are not thoroughly cooked. However, in-shell pasteurized eggs may be used safely without cooking.
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This recipe for fettuccine carbonara is simple to make, but a bit rich — it makes a great dish for a special occasion or for a special Sunday dinner with the family.
We've added peas to the dish to give it some color and added flavor. It's a wonderful warming dish and makes a complete meal served with a fresh green salad.
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Enjoy a special Sunday dinner!
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