Tuna Carbonara

Tuna Carbonara
 
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Ryan GoodwinPublished on 34 days ago

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What you will need

250 g spaghetti

olive oil

1 garlic clove

200 g tuna, drained

4 eggs

50 g parmesan, grated

1/2 cup water

50 g parsley

salt

freshly ground pepper

lemon zest

How to cook

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Boil the spaghetti to al dente in well salted water. Stir the pot right after you drop the spaghetti to make sure it doesn't stick together.

Boil the spaghetti to al dente in well salted water. Stir the pot right after you drop the spaghetti to make sure it doesn't stick together.

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Pour some oil into a pan, a couple of tablespoons maybe. I used the same pan that I used to cook the pasta after I rinsed it out and dried it.

Pour some oil into a pan, a couple of tablespoons maybe. I used the same pan that I used to cook the pasta after I rinsed it out and dried it.

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Toss in the garlic and the tuna. Let the garlic toast a bit.

Toss in the garlic and the tuna. Let the garlic toast a bit.

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Beat the eggs together with the grated parmesan.

Beat the eggs together with the grated parmesan.

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Stir the spaghetti into the pot, followed by the water.

Stir the spaghetti into the pot, followed by the water.

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Stir in the chopped parsley. Turn off the heat.

Stir in the chopped parsley. Turn off the heat.

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The spaghetti and water should have cooled the pot slightly. But before adding the eggs, make sure that the pot is not too hot or the eggs will scramble. Also, don't stop stirring until the eggs and cheese cook into a silky sauce. If it turns out chunky at all, the pot was too hot.

The spaghetti and water should have cooled the pot slightly. But before adding the eggs, make sure that the pot is not too hot or the eggs will scramble. Also, don't stop stirring until the eggs and cheese cook into a silky sauce. If it turns out chunky at all, the pot was too hot.

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Finish with a little salt, black pepper and fresh lemon zest to taste.

Finish with a little salt, black pepper and fresh lemon zest to taste.

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