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"This recipe was pretty good. I didn't use onion as that is not in an original carbonara. I increased the parmesan cheese to 1 cup and I think what is most important is to mix the egg and parmesan together and then add to the bacon and pasta once you're at that point. At the end, I added about 1/2 tsp of nutmeg. The bit of white wine make..."
"This was quite good. I used 2 cloves fresh garlic and mushrooms plus ground turkey. I also used some Italian herb seasoning and Himalayan sea salt as it would have been bland."
"Tastes great! Added 1 tsp cumin plus a small can of tomato sauce along with a 1/4 cup water and let simmer...mmmm!"
"Excellent! Being married to a Dutchman and having lived in the Netherlands, adding a carrot and potato is essential. There are many variations to this recipe. I used a thick slice of European bacon from the deli which works out perfect. Will make this again."
"Top notch, easy cake to make! I added the cup of coconut cream to the batter and it makes it very moist. Couldn't find cream of coconut pudding so used vanilla. Instead of cool whip, I like using real whipping cream so just whipped that up with the instant pudding and a cup of milk..as for the flaked coconut, I toasted that first before sprinkling..."
"What a fabulous recipe! Loved it! Took a bit of time to make and made no changes. Used the Cajeta caramel and I even had to share with my neighbours who all loved it too! "
"Made this again but this time with the actual recipe in hand - this recipe is almost as in her handbook except she uses 1/4 cup crumbled Gorgonzola (1.5 ozs) and she just notes to use a heavy cream. She notes in her book that she likes to double the gorgonzola and add 1/2 c of grated parmesan cheese (the recipe itself asks for Pecorino Romano). ..."