Spaghetti Amatriciana Lactose-free
25 minutes total
- Lactose Free
Amatriciana pasta features guanciale or bacon, tomato sauce, and pecorino cheese. However, for those who are lactose intolerant or following a dairy-free diet, this dish can seem off-limits. But fear not, because with a few simple substitutions, you can still enjoy the delicious flavors of Amatriciana with our lactose-free amatriciana recipe.
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|1||Box Barilla® Spaghetti|
|1||½ cup pork jowl (guanciale) or bacon|
|1||Onion, peeled and thinly sliced|
|1/2||Cup grated Lactose free Pecorino or aged Hard sheep cheese|
|2||Tbs extra-virgin olive oil|
|TIP||Crushed red chili pepper to taste|
|TIP||Salt and black pepper to taste|
Individuals with allergies or specific dietary concerns should verify that the ingredients they utilize for the recipes comply with their restrictions. *Such a line meets the VEGAN, GLUTEN FREE, LACTOSE-FREE AND KOSHER needs
Cut the guanciale or bacon into slices and then into rectangles. Add it to a pan over medium heat, along with a very small amount of water. Simmer meat so that the fat melts.
- pork jowl or bacon
Prepare the tomatoes by making an X-shaped incision on the bottom of each tomato and blanching it in boiling water for 10 to 15 seconds. Immediately dip the tomatoes in ice water, then peel them, remove the seeds and dice them.
Remove the guanciale or bacon pieces from the pan and drain them thoroughly. Add the oil to the pan and sauté the onions. Add the tomatoes. Season with the crushed red chili pepper, salt, and black pepper.
- crushed red chili pepper
- black pepper
Return the guanciale or bacon pieces to the pan with the tomato sauce and heat briefly.
Cook the pasta in a pot of boiling salted water until al dente; drain. Toss pasta with the sauce, sprinkle with the Lactose Free Pecorino cheese, and serve hot.
- Pecorino Romano LF
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Now, with this lactose-free Amatriciana pasta recipe, you can indulge in the authentic Italian flavors without worrying about any unwanted lactose. Enjoy!