What's a better match for spaghetti than slow-simmered tomato sauce? Slow-simmered tomato sauce infused with lots and lots of bacon, like the Italian classic recipe for Spaghetti all'Amatriciana. GF pasta of course
Pasta alla Amatriciana: Named for Amatrice, a town northeast of Rome, this pasta is traditionally served with a long noodle like bucatini, but we like how shorter penne captures the spicy, meaty bits of sauce inside the tube.
I would make this with gluten free pasta. All'amatriciana sauce is a simple, delicious and quick pasta sauce with pancetta, onions and tomatoes. It's tasty and satisfying. If you're watching your carbs, give it a try on zucchini noodles "zoodles"
Make classic Bucatini all'Amatriciana with this simple recipe and you'll have dinner on the table in less than half an hour! A simple combination of tender bucatini noodles, spicy tomato sauce, pancetta and cheese, it's likely to become one of your favori
NYT Cooking: This version of the classic pasta dish is an adaptation of a one from Giuliano Bugialli, an Italian cookbook author and cooking teacher. It is simple to prepare – 45 minutes from start to finish -– but full of bright, sophisticated flavors.