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🆕    Authentic Italian pasta |⏱ Products without engraving are shipped within the next day

What you need

  • 200g spaghetti
  • 160g grated parmigiano cheese + extra for garnish
  • 60g butter
  • Fleur de sel from Kampot
  • 2 tbsp Kampot black pepper crushed

Recipe author: Matteo De Carli

"Cacio e pepe" or "cheese and pepper". As the name suggests, this is a simple and quick pasta recipe that will impress any visitor. It is an absolute classic and also a perfect example of the simplicity of Italian cuisine.

You don't have to skimp on quality ingredients - you really only need a few in this recipe!

What it takes

1. Bring the water to the boil, season with salt and cook the pasta for about 7-8 min.

2. Heat the butter in a pan and sauté the crushed pepper for about 30 seconds. Turn off the heat and add the pasta. On a low heat, add some of the water in which the pasta was cooked (about 3 tbsp). Add the grated parmigiano and stir until everything is combined into a creamy sauce.

3. Divide into two portions. Serve with ground Kampot black pepper and grated cheese on top.

Secret tip:

Just as good as the crushed pepper is the .pepper..pasta - Italian pasta with Kampot black pepper directly crushed inside.

Buon appetito!

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Tim Anderson

"Got the pepper, it is very unique. I found it had more flavor and the aroma was wonderful. The pepper came in a small well sealed package. The ground pepper was a little spicier than regular black pepper, but not too spicy. I think it was most likely just fresher and delivered in better condition."

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