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Loaded Chicken Carbonara

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Loaded Chicken Carbonara

  • Non Veg
  • 1 hr 5 mins
  • Serves 4
  • Easy



As the name suggests, it’s a slight variation of the classic Chicken Carbonara dish. The kind of dish that can be served at any time of the day, its well-balanced elements make it easier to prepare and enjoy. It’s preferred as a formal dinner because of the elements involved in the dish but it can be served at any occasion and it would still be just as suitable.

Health benefits:

  • Chicken Carbonara is rich in carbohydrates.
  • It’s a rich source of dietary fiber as well.
  • It can help in fighting against obesity and type II diabetes.

It is rich in Selenium and Carotenoids.

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How to Make Loaded Chicken Carbonara

  • Cook the bacon in a large fillet over medium heat until they’re crisp.
  • Keep them cooking for about 10 minutes.
  • Remove the bacon and drain over a separate plate.
  • Drain the fat from a skillet but keep 2 tbps of bacon drippings.
  • Season the chicken properly with salt and pepper.
  • Cook the chicken breast halves in bacon drippings.
  • Keep cooking until the juices run clear for 5 mins per each side.
  • Rest the chicken for 5 minutes before slicing.
  • Set the chicken aside.
  • Heat the bacon drippings over medium heat to a shimmer.
  • Cook and stir the garlic and black pepper until fragrant for about 30 seconds.
  • Pour win into the skillet and cook until it has thickened for about 2 minutes.
  • Whisk the Parmesan cheese and eggs together in a bowl.
  • Slowly stream the wine mixture into the Parmesan mixture while continuously whisking.
  • Bring a large pot to a boil.
  • Cook spaghetti in the water.
  • Keep stirring for 12 minutes.
  • Place the peas in a larger colander.
  • Drain both of them properly.
  • Stir the bacon, chicken and wine mixture in the spaghetti.
  • Keep the mixture stirring until required texture is achieved.


  • This is one of the dishes that were incorporated into the Italian cuisine during the Ancient Roman times.
  • It has been historically popular among the middle class households.

Its origins can be traced back to the days of the height of the Roman Empire.

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