Linguine Squarcierella (best pasta ever)

Linguine Squarcierella: this delicious linguine pasta recipe combines linguine, prosciutto, onion, garlic, eggs, black pepper and Parmesan cheese to make the best pasta ever!  

Don’t ask me how to pronounce the name of this linguine pasta. I usually just try to say it really fast and then when people say “huh?” I say “it’s just this really amazing pasta.” Linguine Squarcierella: this delicious linguine pasta recipe combines linguine, prosciutto, onion, garlic, eggs, black pepper and Parmesan cheese to make the best pasta ever!  

Why is Linguine Squarcieralla so amazing?

First, because it is delicious. It is rich, salty, cheesy, and incredibly filling.

The second reason is because it is the most versatile recipe ever.

The third reason is because it is linguine prosciutto pasta, delicious and versatile, making it one of the best pasta recipes ever!Looking for Linguine recipes? Try this delicious one today! Linguine Squarcierella: this delicious linguine pasta recipe combines linguine, prosciutto, onion, garlic, eggs, black pepper and Parmesan cheese to make the best pasta ever!  

How to Make Linguine Squarcierella

The basic method is:

Cook the pasta in boiling water.

Brown the prosciutto in a skillet.

Remove the prosciutto from the skillet.

Put the onion and garlic in the skillet, and let cook for a few minutes.

Chop up the prosciutto.

Drain the pasta after it is cooked and return it to the pan.

Add in a beaten egg.

Stir to cook the egg.

Add in the meat, onion, garlic, black pepper and Parmesan.

That’s it!Looking for linguine pasta recipes? This is the one! Linguine Squarcierella: this delicious pasta linguine recipe combines linguine, prosciutto, onion, garlic, eggs, black pepper and Parmesan cheese to make the best pasta ever!  

Over the years I’ve done with this bacon, pancetta, pepperoni, and even with (gasp!) ham lunch meat.

I’ve swapped the onion for peppers, broccoli, spinach, asparagus, and just about anything I’ve had lying around.

I’ve done all meat versions, all vegetable versions, and once even just the noodles, egg, and Parmesan.

For the cheese, I’ve used Parmigiano Reggiano, pre-shredded Parmesan, and even (double gasp!) the “grated” kind from the green can.Looking for great pasta recipes? Here is an awesome one! Linguine Squarcierella: this delicious linguine pasta recipe combines linguine, prosciutto, onion, garlic, eggs, black pepper and Parmesan cheese to make the best pasta ever!  

This recipe version is very basic and just includes pasta, prosciutto, onion, garlic, egg, pepper, and Parmesan cheese. But, I also have lots of experience with substitutions in this recipe.One of the best pasta recipes ever! Linguine Squarcierella: this delicious linguine pasta recipe combines linguine, prosciutto, onion, garlic, eggs, black pepper and Parmesan cheese to make the best pasta ever!  

Seriously, you guys… once you know the basic method of this best pasta dish it will become your go-to “What are we going to have for dinner tonight?” recipe.

You can lighten it up by using whole wheat pasta and egg beaters, or make it more decadent by adding a creamy cheese like Gruyere or Fontina. It’s really the most versatile pasta recipe of all time.

Okay, I know you’re just itching to get to the recipe, so here you go!

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Linguine pasta in a pot.

Linguine Pasta with Prosciutto

Dive into a plate of our Linguine Pasta with Prosciutto, where each forkful brings together the best of Italy in under 30 minutes - silky pasta, smoky prosciutto, and a rich, cheesy taste.
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Course: Main Dish
Cuisine: Italian
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Servings: 4
Calories: 398kcal
Author: Linda
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Ingredients

  • 4 oz prosciutto - Italian dry-aged ham
  • 8 oz linguine noodles
  • 1/2 yellow onion - chopped
  • 1 clove garlic - minced
  • 2 eggs - beaten
  • 1/8 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
  • 1/8 c. grated Parmesan cheese

Instructions

  • Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil.
  • Place a skillet over medium-high heat and lay half of the prosciutto pieces in the pan so that as much of the meat as possible is touching the skillet.
  • Lay the remaining half of the prosciutto slices on top of the first layer, perpendicular to the first layer of meat. Placing the meat in the pan in this criss-cross fashion helps keep the pieces from sticking together.
  • Let the meat cook for about 2-3 minutes per side, until crisp and brown. Remove and chop into bite-size pieces. Add the linguine noodles to the pot and cook until al dente.
  • Meanwhile, add the chopped onion and garlic to the pan used to cook the prosciutto. If the pan seems a bit dry, you can add a bit of olive oil. Sauté for 3 minutes, or until the onions are soft.
  • Once cooked, drain the pasta and return it to the pot. Turn the heat down to the lowest setting. Add in the beaten eggs and use a wooden spoon to toss the noodles with the eggs. Continue for about a minute, until the eggs have turned opaque and look cooked.
  • Add the garlic, onions, prosciutto, black pepper, and Parmesan cheese, and toss to combine. Serve warm.

NOTES

Storage Info:
Store leftover Linguine Pasta with Prosciutto in an airtight container in the refrigerator, where it will stay good for up to 3 days. Freezing this dish is not recommended, as the creamy egg-based sauce may separate and change texture upon thawing.
To reheat, gently warm it in a skillet over low heat, adding a small splash of water or olive oil to loosen the sauce and prevent the pasta from drying out. Microwave reheating is possible but might unevenly warm the dish.

Nutrition

Serving: 1serving | Calories: 398kcal | Carbohydrates: 45g | Protein: 16g | Fat: 16g | Saturated Fat: 6g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 3g | Monounsaturated Fat: 6g | Trans Fat: 0.04g | Cholesterol: 107mg | Sodium: 352mg | Potassium: 250mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 2g | Vitamin A: 194IU | Vitamin C: 1mg | Calcium: 96mg | Iron: 1mg

Please note that linguine pasta recipe is often misspelled as linguini pasta recipe.

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    1. Hi JA, thanks for letting me know about this. I have added that into step 7 where you toss all the ingredients together with the pasta. – Linda

  1. I’m surprised you don’t use the pasta water to finish off the sauce. The starch in the water from the cooked pasta helps emulsify everything and the sauce becomes creamy, rich, and velvety smooth.