DIY: Breakfast Linguine

I need to try this

delishGa

Although this recipe is not necessarily Georgian, you can use as much locally grown products like eggs and bacon from a local butcher to make this dish a Georgia recipe.  I was watching Food Network one night and saw mention of a breakfast pasta.  It had a few basic ingredients: olive oil, garlic, eggs and parmesan cheese tossed with al dente linguine.  I added bacon to my version because what’s better at breakfast than bacon?  Try this for any meal and it’s sure to be a surprising crowd pleaser.

Breakfast Linguine

1 box linguine (or fresh if you can get it) cooked al dente

5 strips of bacon, cooked and crumbled

5 eggs, beaten

2 tlbs olive oil

1/2 cup parmesan cheese

3 garlic cloves, chopped

Salt and Pepper

In a large skillet or wok, saute the garlic in the olive oil until fragrant.  Add the linguine to the pan.  Toss a few…

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    1. DIY: Breakfast Linguine
      BY DELISHGA MAY 2, 2011
      Although this recipe is not necessarily Georgian, you can use as much locally grown products like eggs and bacon from a local butcher to make this dish a Georgia recipe. I was watching Food Network one night and saw mention of a breakfast pasta. It had a few basic ingredients: olive oil, garlic, eggs and parmesan cheese tossed with al dente linguine. I added bacon to my version because what’s better at breakfast than bacon? Try this for any meal and it’s sure to be a surprising crowd pleaser.

      Breakfast Linguine

      1 box linguine (or fresh if you can get it) cooked al dente

      5 strips of bacon, cooked and crumbled

      5 eggs, beaten

      2 tlbs olive oil

      1/2 cup parmesan cheese

      3 garlic cloves, chopped

      Salt and Pepper

      In a large skillet or wok, saute the garlic in the olive oil until fragrant. Add the linguine to the pan. Toss a few times with the olive oil and garlic. Add the eggs, parmesan and bacon. Toss until the eggs begin to cook around the noodles (probably 5-10 minutes depending on your preference of egg doneness.) Add salt and pepper to taste. Serve warm and enjoy!

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