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This dish was delicious. I wanted to use some of my garden tomatoes so the end product wasn’t as beautiful but my mouth didn’t care. It felt like a deconstructed carbonara. The best part was I got my husband involved in cooking, and now I can say he has mastered poaching eggs. Win – win for all of us!
Made this with “low fat bacon” (jambon Iberico in hot olive oil) with halved cherry tomatoes. Yet another great recipe from simplyrecipes.com to add to the “Recipe Hall of Fame” in our house.
I love the idea of jambon iberico. I will definitely try that next time. Thanks! Sally
This recipe breaks one of my cardinal rules for a meal: no more than 2 pots/pans. I’m going to have to ignore my rule and try this. It looks delicious.
Love eating spaghetti and poached eggs!
This would be great for a quick weeknight meal.
Thanks for this easy recipe. :)
I often add a sliced zucchini. :)
And since I’m lazy I drop the unpeeled egg into the pasta water and wait until the egg whites are slightly firm and the yolk raw-ish. Peel the egg, drop the yolk onto the ready pasta, mix. :)
Hi Sally! This is most definitely a unique recipe. I’ve done spins on this recipe sans bacon and eggs but love the addition. All great ingredients and food I adore just never tried it together but I think it’s time to give it a whirl. Who wants a boring meal anyhow =)