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Spicy Bacon Alfredo Sauce

Contributed By: Matthew | See all of Matthew's recipes
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Active Time:  50 Minutes
Total Time:  1 Hour
  6 servings
This recipe, if followed exactly, is full of healthy fats, delicious flavors, and bacon goodness. I love Alfredo sauce, I love spice, I love bacon and I love this recipe. This recipe was found on www.whatisbacon.com
RECIPE INGREDIENTS
1/4 to 1/2 lb bacon or pancetta (anything but grain fed)
3-4 tbsp Grass-fed Butter
1-pint Grass-fed Heavy Cream
Chili Peppers
1-cup Pecorino Romano Cheese
1 tbsp Bacon Fat
1 large Spaghetti Squash
DIRECTIONS
1)Preheat oven to 375 degrees


2)Use pancetta or make 1cm cubes


from a 1/4 to 1/2 lb. slab of bacon


3)Cut spaghetti Squash


in half, scoop out seeds and stringy looking pulp and coat


with bacon fat


4)Crush dried chiles into a powder or small


pieces


5)Set up a double boiler, bring water to a boil


and reduce to medium heat


Cooking the Squash:


1)Coat


the inside of the squash with a thin layer of bacon fat


2)Place


the squash rind down on a baking sheet and place in


the oven


3)Remove after 40 minutes and using two forks scrape


the spaghetti like guts into a serving bowl


Cooking


the Sauce:


1)After reducing heat of the double boiler,


add 3-4 tbsp grass-fed butter


2)Choose the fattiest pieces


of cubed bacon or pancetta and add 1/8 cup of them to the


double boiler


3)Add dried chiles to desired spiciness


4)After


10 minutes letting the fatty bacon/pancetta cook into


the butter, add 1 pint heavy cream to double boiler followed


by 1 cup Pecorino Romano cheese.


5) Using a whisk or fork,


stir intermittently to avoid curdling.


Cooking the


Pancetta:


1)Add the remaining pancetta/cubed bacon to a


cast-iron skillet or pan when there is 10 minutes left on the


spaghetti squash


2)Cook to desired crispiness and remove


meat from pan


3)Pour remaining fat into double boiler and stir


Date Added: 07/01/2013
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