Spaghetti all’ Amatriciana

Ready in: 35 minutes

Difficulty: Easy

Meal Plan: Family Style,Variety Box,Variety Box Family

This dish is named for the town of Amatrice, about an hour east of Rome, considered by many Italians to be birthplace of the best cooks on the peninsula. Many dishes at the heart of Roman cooking may indeed have started in the region to the east of Lazio, Abruzzo.

Nutritional facts (est. per serving):

Calories: 806k
Fats: 35g
Proteins: 76g
Carbs: 41g
Fiber: 9g