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Ready in 30 minutes, this simple easy Carbonara sauce with whipping cream is an indeed lovely pasta recipe to be uncovered, especially for growing up children. In fact, if you have a bunch of picky eaters that always refuse fresh vegetables, this is certainly the carbonara sauce recipe that you want to experiment.
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A yoga teacher once told me that her kids are slurping without second thought with this super easy carbonara recipe. To her, this recipe provides the avenue to pump in vitamins and minerals sourced from wholesome greens in the farms that usually her school age children would refuse if these green were served naked, appearing on dining table. Hence, she takes this opportunity to pick the vegetables that her kids seldom have chance to touch (for whatever reasons), cook and blend them. Then, stir into the sauce as if nothing has happened.

Honestly, the rich, creamy sauce is irresistible, and nobody knows the ingredients except you. Did I just say that, nobody else knows? Syhh!! Let's team up to trick our little ones..haha!

Ingredients:
Carbonara sauce:
1/3 cup whipping cream (I use Anchor)
1/8 cup full cream milk
1/4 cup shredded mozzarella cheese

1 small clove onion - minced
3 cloves garlic - minced
1 tbsp butter

1/2 cup Button mushroom - sliced
1/2 cup Chicken meat – cubed/shredded
2 cups of blended mixed vegetables e.g. broccoli, cauliflower, pumpkin, sweet potato- steamed/fresh & blended or any fresh stuff as you love
1 Avocado - mashed
Basil leaves/Mixed herbs
Sea salt & pepper to taste

Garnishing:
Corn - steamed
Dried cranberries
Green onion

Optional:
Bacons
Sausages
Shrimp/mussel - seafood carbonara

Method:
1. Saute garlic and onion until almost brown. Add mushroom and chicken and saute until soft and chicken is cooked.
2. Pour in whipping cream, full cream milk, stir and warm up at low heat for about 10 minutes.
3. Add mashed avocado and blended vegetables. Continue to stir well and warm up at low heat.
4. Sprinkle some salt, pepper to taste.
5. Last but not least, a dash of dried basil leaves.
6. Circle with some corn, sprinkle some chopped green onion and dried cranberries that made the pretty traffic light colors.

Happy cooking! Yum-yum!!


 

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