Carbonara – Cooking in the Forest




  • homemade noodles
  • 2 free-range eggs
  • 150g pecorino cheese
  • 200g smoked pork meat (homemade)
  • 2 garlic cloves
  • handful of fresh parsley
  • 1/2 tsp. black pepper
  • olive oil
Hi and welcome to AlmazanKitchen!

Pasta week is continuing! Behold the first-ever carbonara that is cooked in the wild forest near the beautiful lake! Everything, including pasta, is made from scratch, using homemade organic ingredients. Enjoy!


  1. Make the dough for noodles.
  2. Slice & dice 200g of smoked pork meat (homemade).
  3. Crush and peel 2 garlic cloves. Then mince it.
  4. Chop handful of fresh parsley.
  5. Preheat the pan.
  6. Toss sliced smoked pork into the pan.
  7. Fry for 3-5 min.
  8. Add minced garlic into the pan.
  9. Mix well and fry for 2 min more.
  10. Add chopped parsley.
  11. Cook the noodles.

Carbonara sauce:

  1. Grate 150g of pecorino cheese.
  2. Crack 2 free-range eggs.
  3. Add grated cheese.
  4. Add 1/2 tsp. of black pepper.
  5. Mix well!

Carbonara itself:

  1. Toss noodles into the pan.
  2. Add the sauce. Mix well and cook for an additional 3-5 min.
  3. Finish off with grated cheese and serve!
  4. Enjoy! Bon Almazan!



  1. James

    Mr. Almazan, Your videos are amazing!! It really combines the feeling of simplicity and nature’s harmony!! The videos are so relaxing to watch especially when I’m stressed. I feel the feeling of contentedness whenever I watch your videos. And not to mention your recipes, They all look so yummy and well made. I just want to scoop that carbonara using my hands­čśä­čśä

  2. MLP

    Your videos a beautifully made, very informative, and all in all a joy. Even if a person doesn’t enjoy cooking! (I’m talking about myself.)

    You don’t need to wake up your white dog for the camera. Just let him or her sleep. In our family we really babied our pets. Your animals all look very happy and peaceful.

    I see some pretty negative comments by just a couple of people and I wonder why those sobacas (I apologize for using a pejorative term) don’t go somewhere else online.

    I visited Yugoslavia in 1972 and saw so many beautiful people and places. In Sarajevo there was a party in the main park in town one summer evening.It was such a happy sight to see as a tourist. The town even showed off their new fire engine and “rescued” some people for the audience. My friend and I had palatchinken (I don’t know how to spell it) and slivovicz (??) and lots of other food all through the country. Of course in 1972 it was still Yugoslavians by the world. It was all a lovely experience. We stayed in a penzione where the Mom made us food to take away when we left. Her kids were nice,too. I often wonder how they got through all the problems in the decades that followed.

  3. Luis

    All your recipes are incredible!!

    Thanks a lot!!!

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