Spaghetti carbonara [hiking version]
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Spaghetti carbonara [hiking version]
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:23:54 AM. Recipe ID 57215. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Spaghetti carbonara [hiking version]
 Categories: Camping, Pasta
      Yield: 4 Servings
 
    1/4 lb Linguini or vermicelli
      3    Garlic cloves
    1/2 c  Dried bacon pieces
      2 tb Dried parsley
    1/2 c  Parmesan, grated, fresh
  2 1/2 tb Oil
           Salt and pepper
      1 tb Flour *
      1 tb Dry Milk *
 
  * You may substitute a fresh raw egg for the flour and dry milk if you
  like. Add the egg to the cooked, drained pasta, along with the bacon
  mixture, and toss. Then mix in the cheese.
  
  Trail Information:  Time:  15 to 20 minutes  Water: 1 quart
  
  Equipment: 1 frying pan, 1 pot
  
  Packing the food: Put into three small bags, then package with the
  trail directions:
  
  1. pasta
  
  2.  garlic, bacon, parsley
  
  3. cheese
  
  Carry in general provisions: flour and dry milk or fresh egg, oil,
  salt and pepper.
  
  Trail directions:
  
  1.  In a cup, mix 1 T dry milk with 1/2 c water.  Have the flour
  handy.
  
  2. Boil a pot of water, cook the pasta 5 minutes or until just done,
  drain, and keep warm if possible.
  
  3. Smash garlic cloves under the flat of your knife blade and chop
  them. In the frying pan, heat oil and cook the garlic 1 minute over
  medium heat. Add the bacon, parsley and 1 T flour.  Cook about 2 more
  minutes. Be careful not to burn.  Add the milk and stir.
  
  4. Add the pasta and cheese and toss.  Season  with salt and pepper.
  




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Recipe ID 57215 (Apr 03, 2005)

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