Oh, Bacon Rosé : It’s a new classic pasta and we just love it. With everyone so busy, it’s a challenge to have delicious home-made, fast and nutritious dinners. But making Bacon Rosé sauce from fresh and prepared basics is fast, delicious and easy.
4 to 6
Lunch or Dinner
About this Recipe
By: Landy Anderson
A quick and easy way to serve pasta with common ingredients. The sauce will be ready at the same time your noodles are cooked. With only a few simple main ingredients (bacon, onions, tomato paste and cream) you are sure to bedazzle the crowd!
1 pound bacon
1 tbsp cooking oil
4-5 medium onions (approximately 4 cups diced)
1 heaping tablespoon crushed garlic approximately (4-5 garlic cloves)
½ tsp salt, pepper
2 cans tomato paste (156 ml/5.5 oz size can)
5 cups cream (10 % or higher)
1/2 cup grated parmesan cheese
- 1 heaping tsp garlic powder
Step by Step Instructions
Dice bacon. Dice onions.
Fry bacon in cooking oil until crispy. Set aside.
Sautee onions, salt, pepper, garlic powder and crushed garlic in the bacon drippings until the onions are softened.
Once softened, add 2 cans of tomato paste, cream and parmesan cheese.
Pour over cooked al dente penne noodles.
Toss and serve immediately.