Carbonara | Basics with Babish

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  1. Binging with Babish

    Binging with Babish5 bulan yang lalu

    According to my 23andMe, I'm 10.7% Italian, so...pretty much an expert here.

  2. Alex Fox

    Alex FoxHari Yang lalu

    Then why was your pasta dishes received so poorly

  3. ShadowOftheSilver / TheGlitchedOutGamer

    ShadowOftheSilver / TheGlitchedOutGamer4 hari yang lalu

    Pathetic, I'm 1%.

  4. JustBouke

    JustBouke4 hari yang lalu

    10.7%italian 89.3 % babish

  5. Mark Anthony Rababal

    Mark Anthony Rababal5 hari yang lalu

    Binging with Babish what kind of two cheese you use. Thanks

  6. lucksy bb

    lucksy bb11 hari yang lalu

    @Jade Ottsel everyone's blood is.....

  7. Jackalope Drums

    Jackalope Drums4 jam yang lalu

    I tried it! It looked like scrambled eggs on spahgett and I was sad

  8. Anna N

    Anna N7 jam yang lalu

    He doesn't want fond?! 😱

  9. Angel Was Here

    Angel Was Here12 jam yang lalu

    god i wish i was that pasta

  10. Archeomax05 Soli

    Archeomax05 Soli15 jam yang lalu

    Being Italian I really need to tell you that you have an extraordinary pronounciation

  11. F. A

    F. A19 jam yang lalu

    I think it better with creme.

  12. Bri P

    Bri PHari Yang lalu

    It doesn't have to be traditional to be good! After all, it's your money, your kitchen, and your taste buds. Make what you like!

  13. Edward Shalash

    Edward ShalashHari Yang lalu

    I had this in Rome yesterday mainly due to watching this episode and buddy that was delicious. Although the ingredients don't seem like much but the end result is phenomenal. Love what you do man

  14. JEZTER CH

    JEZTER CHHari Yang lalu

    Babish:*Use bacon instead of guanciale* Italians: aspetta, è illegale

  15. DrFeelgood

    DrFeelgood2 hari yang lalu

    Angel hair pasta is a great choice for this dish

  16. Hermit Crabbe

    Hermit Crabbe2 hari yang lalu

    Dont worry Babish, everyone is a critic

  17. Justina Hamilton

    Justina Hamilton3 hari yang lalu

    Carrrrrrrrrbonara

  18. Ziosove

    Ziosove3 hari yang lalu

    Pancetta and bacon are pretty much the same thing

  19. MaryChoppins

    MaryChoppins3 hari yang lalu

    i had this really shitty carbonara where the eggs were basically scrambled

  20. Jonny Lawrence

    Jonny Lawrence3 hari yang lalu

    Needs more shinebox

  21. bobby4tw

    bobby4tw4 hari yang lalu

    IDreporter's most overrated chef. PERIOD

  22. Khiry Cleveland

    Khiry Cleveland4 hari yang lalu

    Can we substitute guanciale with any salty meat or just bacon?

  23. biseinerheult78

    biseinerheult783 hari yang lalu

    @Khiry Cleveland I almost never use Gaunciale, because it's too hard to get. The next best option is of course italian style pancetta (only cured not smoked) and after that any kind of good quality local bacon (in germany I usually opt for the third option, even though they smoke their bacon there, but it's really good and I can get high quality from free range pigs for a reasonable ampount of money, which in my thoughts is better than getting some imported italian pancetta from a factory farm). If you try out something different than bacon, please let me know how it went, I would be quite interested in the results.

  24. Khiry Cleveland

    Khiry Cleveland3 hari yang lalu

    @biseinerheult78 Thanks. I wanted to attempt it soon, but I don't have Guanciale.

  25. biseinerheult78

    biseinerheult783 hari yang lalu

    If it is bacony in it´s properties (high fat content, tender meat) it should work, though I struggle to think of any cut that would fit that description.

  26. Khiry Cleveland

    Khiry Cleveland3 hari yang lalu

    @biseinerheult78 Ok. So, any cured meats?

  27. biseinerheult78

    biseinerheult783 hari yang lalu

    You want something with a high fat content, so that you get little cubes that are crispy on the outside and still rich and juicy on the inside. I tried substituting Proscuitto once and the result was very chewy and dry, would not recommend.

  28. PockASqueeno

    PockASqueeno4 hari yang lalu

    I’ve always made the American style carbonara, but it still congeals too quickly and, while delicious fresh, is never good reheated because everything just blobs together. Any suggestions?

  29. Rhous E

    Rhous E4 hari yang lalu

    Did you get a stunt double to say those Carbonaras for you?

  30. Lord of Banana

    Lord of Banana4 hari yang lalu

    The american version isn't even that offensive when you've seen the things i've seen. I'm italian but i live in switzerland and oh boy.. here they make a generic cream sauce with ham and just call it carbonara. It hurts so much. They do it at restaurants, at home, and you can even buy "carbonara sauce" at the store, which once again is just a cream sauce with ham and has nothing to do with actual carbonara. I really hate this because it doesnt even taste bad on it's own, but it stole the name of an other dish which leads to confusion and a lot of irritation. Switzerland has little to no culture in regards to food in general aside from a few well known dishes. People are happy with mediocore, unauthentic and soulless food here.

  31. yuri

    yuri5 hari yang lalu

    lol

  32. Ichor. jpg

    Ichor. jpg5 hari yang lalu

    I’m italian and I’m usually super triggered about people butchering traditional recipes...but this is ok, I actually too like a little garlic in the carbonara. I mean, it’s not like you dumped egg, random parsley and baloney on overcooked pasta, cooked the egg so it becomes a pasta omelette and called it a carbonara. THAT makes me mad (and in pain) and yes I’ve seen it on the internet, don’t look it up, it’s violent.

  33. akapen sensei

    akapen sensei5 hari yang lalu

    I love your watch. Is that a Rolex Datejust 1601 with a black leather strap? The sky blue dial really pops in your videos.

  34. ryan flynn

    ryan flynn6 hari yang lalu

    I literally cackled when he went from Ca-baH-naah-ro to Car-Ba-Nah-Rah

  35. Ant Fabunan

    Ant Fabunan6 hari yang lalu

    Never really understood why Italians get soooooooooo pissed about garlic.

  36. Jeremy Clarkson

    Jeremy Clarkson4 hari yang lalu

    We don't get pissed about garlic, it's very much present in italian cooking, we just don't put it everywhere like americans think we do. It's very rarely used with pasta itself and it's especially bad in Carbonara

  37. Captain Dantee'th

    Captain Dantee'th6 hari yang lalu

    4.20million views doe

  38. Thang.Nguyen

    Thang.Nguyen6 hari yang lalu

    I’m gonna make cabonara the college sacrilegious version with ramen noodles and bacon

  39. Chimichanga

    Chimichanga6 hari yang lalu

    I know with all my heart and soul that putting garlic in carbonara ain’t Italian standard but damn does it taste good 😢

  40. Annamaria Dassori

    Annamaria Dassori7 hari yang lalu

    When it comes to food if you ask an Italian it's not about pressuring tradition on people, rather than enjoying something that brings memories with it. We care a lot about our moments with food and people as they usually go along. That said, I laughed at the bitching in the first version - which I can vouch on behalf of the medium italian cook, it's better than most. Hell, even the "easy american version" is. If you skip the garlic, you're way more likely to have that in a house than anything cause guanciale is obnoxiously hard to find in most discount markets.

  41. Geraldo Vandré

    Geraldo Vandré7 hari yang lalu

    Improvement✌️

  42. Camarila

    Camarila7 hari yang lalu

    I prefer the really fake carbonara made with a nice creamy cheese sauce and bacon or pancetta (mostly because those are easily accessible in UK). The no egg carbonara started because my husband doesn't like eggs. turns out years later he actually likes either version of carbonara! Go figure

  43. Chat

    Chat7 hari yang lalu

    "If my grandma had wheels she'd have been a bike-" - Gino D'Acmpo

  44. Lorenzo Pitti

    Lorenzo Pitti7 hari yang lalu

    Don't take it too personal, we are very critical about food, because we are massively proud of it... like... I think it's almost our identity as a nation

  45. Guillem Delclòs

    Guillem Delclòs7 hari yang lalu

    It's basically the same but with garlic

  46. MusicUnderGround

    MusicUnderGround7 hari yang lalu

    Make mastershakes lasagna

  47. Ben Henderson

    Ben Henderson7 hari yang lalu

    RM liked that

  48. Wyxxoz

    Wyxxoz7 hari yang lalu

    I'm shocked he didn't add cream, and relieved

  49. Pick up that can.

    Pick up that can.7 hari yang lalu

    I like how the video is both an homage and a kind request for snobs to piss off.

  50. aqua kit.

    aqua kit.7 hari yang lalu

    Imagine being heated over how to make fatty and greasy egg covered pasta. Yeah, y'all can keep your traditions, that's hella gross lmfao.

  51. aqua kit.

    aqua kit.5 hari yang lalu

    @Drago Grljusic Traditional carbonara has no cheese.

  52. Drago Grljusic

    Drago Grljusic5 hari yang lalu

    Then you never tried it, hate italians but gota give it to carbonara. Dont comment on something until you try it. Believe me its more that just greasy pasta with egg and cheese.

  53. LexPlautia

    LexPlautia7 hari yang lalu

    Ehi, italian here! Sorry to hear that some italian chefs were rude to you. The first recipe is beautiful, like the most of us do. You even found the guanciale, you are the real deal! I know that sometimes we seem a little crazy in sticking with the traditional recipe, but it's important for Us because we take pride in our food, and we remember the taste of the dishes that parents/grandparents made. Oh, and the way you pronounce "carbonara" is way too illegally sexy, tone down man or I'll be forced to present to my granma. XD Keep up the good work!

  54. Safa Albarrak

    Safa Albarrak7 hari yang lalu

    I love you😂❤️

  55. Fadhila Rahma

    Fadhila Rahma8 hari yang lalu

    ohh so carbonara definition is the bacon as its topping. fine, never can eat real carbonara for entire life🙄😮😓

  56. Andy Zhang

    Andy Zhang8 hari yang lalu

    *1.6 thousand Italians disliked this video*

  57. Terrible Tommy

    Terrible Tommy8 hari yang lalu

    Beautiful classic carbonara, but easy to f**k up. There's a great video posted by Italia Squisita as a followup, the 1st recipe is pretty much bombproof- it's actually hard to get it wrong (the cold sparkling water part seems to do the trick) , regardless of your cookware and skills. Both guanciale and Pecorino Romano vary in their saltiness, being a bit exotic outside of Italy, I'd opt in for a bit milder and a lot less salty pecorino Sardo to avoid a potential disaster, but cutting Romano with young Reggiano will normally do the trick, even if the guanciale turns out to be salty beyond absurd.

  58. Nita Mondal

    Nita Mondal8 hari yang lalu

    I'm gonna say again folks: " Lachi mo lala!" 💜

  59. Francesca

    Francesca8 hari yang lalu

    Spot-on traditional carbonara! I must say this because I am italian and very proud of the result *pinches the cheeck*

  60. Eric Spencer

    Eric Spencer8 hari yang lalu

    that american carbonara makes me ai ai ai mama mia hesu cristo!

  61. jinrex015

    jinrex0158 hari yang lalu

    I can almost hear an Italian surrender when you add that garlic.

  62. GNC Matthew

    GNC Matthew9 hari yang lalu

    Add All Purpose cream! That's heavenly good!

  63. Diana Hidalgo

    Diana Hidalgo9 hari yang lalu

    Best possible answer you could've given them

  64. Ludreh

    Ludreh9 hari yang lalu

    can i cook this in a wok?

  65. Maisarah Diran

    Maisarah Diran9 hari yang lalu

    What can u substitute from the bacon?

  66. Donovan The Owl

    Donovan The Owl9 hari yang lalu

    You hear that? It’s all the Italians watching this fainting from anger

  67. Vince Veloce

    Vince Veloce10 hari yang lalu

    I think a lot of finely chopped parsley on his version would make it better than the original and improve his version.

  68. braxtonroxx

    braxtonroxx10 hari yang lalu

    I will do both! Thanks for sharing!

  69. José Luis

    José Luis10 hari yang lalu

    You have burnt that bacon man, that is not how the panceta/bacon should look like.

  70. Ezekiel Brockmann

    Ezekiel Brockmann10 hari yang lalu

    Italians upset over nothing? You don't fuckin' say...? I mean,... Cool-headed Italians? No!

  71. Sean Henry Louis

    Sean Henry Louis10 hari yang lalu

    Do a Filipino-style carbonara! Cook the bacon to render the fat Saute in some red onions and garlic Put in all-purpose cream Add grated cheddar and parmesan Season with pepper (No need to add pasta water)

  72. Sam Hammond

    Sam Hammond11 hari yang lalu

    It pisses me off that the critics judged his food so harshly. Hes a home cook not a classically trained chef. He makes videos for regular people. Not critics

  73. Charles Jones

    Charles Jones6 hari yang lalu

    YmFzZTY0 the aforementioned video is in the description. They shat on him.

  74. Rimu N

    Rimu N7 hari yang lalu

    Isn’t that all the more reason for a critique? Sometimes, I want to know why a dish I made tastes off. I’ve followed recipes online that were total shit.

  75. Alessandro Didonna

    Alessandro Didonna7 hari yang lalu

    Bro it's not that they just judged him for no reason. They were making a video where they judged carbonara videos on youtube, so they had to point out the mistakes people made. Since it wasn't the normal recipe, they simply pointed out what was wrong with his dish.

  76. YmFzZTY0

    YmFzZTY08 hari yang lalu

    what critics?

  77. Matteo Manessi

    Matteo Manessi11 hari yang lalu

    As italian I can say that at least he didn't put in cream.I know that there are different versions of it but with cream is not carbonara in my opinion