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Pancetta is an Italian cured pork product that is very similar to bacon. Like bacon, pancetta is made from pork belly but unlike bacon, it is unsmoked, giving it a clean, salty flavor.

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"A delicious pasta dish that takes so little time to make. Using Italian bacon (pancetta) gives it a unique flavour and texture. Sure to impress any guest.

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In this dish, I used pancetta that I crisped in the oven. I saved the fat from the pan and put that into a skillet. I microwaved a potato on the small side until tender and then smashed it a little bit. I put the potato into the pan with the pancetta fat and cooked until crispy.

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Pancetta also goes great with poached eggs, oysters and french onion soup, but that's just the beginning. Here are 29 pancetta recipes that will turn you into pancetta lovers, just like us. 1. Poached Eggs, Pancetta And Spinach Toast. Ichigo Shortcake.

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Finally, you can use the pancetta however you choose, but do not eat it without properly cooking it first.* Here is a recipe for fresh pea soup using pancetta, and a pasta recipe which includes pancetta. Penne alla vodka with pancetta.

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Pancetta is Italian cured pork belly - the equivalent of streaky bacon. It has a deep, strong, slightly salty flavour, is fairly fatty and comes either smoked or unsmoked. You can buy pancetta either as straight rashers (which tend to be smoked), as round slices cut from a roll (which tend to be unsmoked), or diced.

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The pancetta cubes are often used like bacon, sautéed with onions or garlic to form the base of a soup, pasta, or risotto. Use thin-sliced pancetta: Elegant Pancetta Cups Use cubed pancetta: Baked Risotto with Peas, Asparagus & Pancetta

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Pancetta used to be sold only at Italian markets, but it’s now available at most supermarkets, usually sliced to order at the deli. How to prep: Pancetta should be cooked before eating. It is often sold sliced to order. For easier chopping and dicing, freeze it briefly and use a sharp knife.

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Pancetta is cured pork belly, the Italian equivalent of bacon. Unlike American bacon, however, pancetta is cured with a variety of herbs, spices, and garlic, and is left unsmoked. Pancetta is usually rolled and tied in a cylindrical shape, then hung to dry.