Primal Pasta



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  • 1 courgette (eggplant)
  • Two slices of bacon (or Pancetta if you're posh) sliced
  • 3 medium eggs
  • A handful of Parmesan cheese
  • A larger handful of your favourite cheese
  • Three cloves of garlic (smushed)
  • Butter
  • Salt and pepper


Step 1

Stick a pan of slightly salted water on the boil while you spiroli or ninja slice your courgette. In a frying pan add a bit of butter before adding your bacon and smashed garlic. Keep an eye on this and keep stirring until your bacon/pancetta is nice and crispy (remove the garlic after this).

Step 2

While all this is going on whisk the eggs, two cheeses and a bit of pepper as well. Stick your \'pasta\' into the boiling water and cook it as normal (i.e. until al dente).

Step 3

When the pasta is ready, drain it then add it to the pan with everything else. Use pasta tongues or chopsticks and lift the pasta to mix in the sauce so it gets everywhere.

Step 4

Season with a bit more pepper and cheese if you like and serve! ENJOY! :D *so happy *does the naked happy dance.

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Comments (12)

  1. posted by Joe on September 27, 2011

    Love doing noodles like this! I usually toss mine with a sauce made of pureed eggplant, garlic and red pepper flake and some steak. Yum!

    Thanks for sharing – can’t wait to try this recipe out!

  2. posted by Jamie on September 27, 2011

    What is courgette and how do you make it?

  3. posted by Mike B on September 27, 2011

    A courgette is a Zucchini, I had to look as well :)

  4. posted by Emeline on October 9, 2011

    It’s great to read something that’s both eonjyable and provides pragmatisdc solutions.

  5. posted by Daphne on October 18, 2011

    How many eggs, what type of cheese and bacon do you use? Sorry new to all of this and still need measurements :D

  6. posted by Patrick on December 17, 2011

    Dairy De-Paleo-fies this recipe 100%, I Send it to Rob Wolff to hear his thoughts and if it is claiming to be Paleo, it unfortunately is just Wheat free.

  7. posted by Kristin Jekielek on December 18, 2011

    Hi Patrick. Thanks for your comment! Dairy is often a point of confusion because it definitely isn’t for everyone. If you can personally tolerate it, then grass-fed & raw dairy products can be good food choices. You can find out for yourself by using an elimination diet for several weeks.
    You can choose to view only dairy-free recipes on our site. Simply go to the “Recipes” page, select the recipe category of your choice, and then click on the “Non-Dairy” link in the upper right corner. Here’s an example:
    I hope this helps you find recipes that fit your needs!

  8. posted by lovemere on August 2, 2012

    I’m confused. The recipe never says what to do with the egg and cheese mixture. Also, what kind of cheese?

  9. posted by Ute on August 3, 2012

    Wow, good question! You may want to contact the poster of the recipe at! :)

  10. posted by someone on August 24, 2012

    Ah! I found the original recipe. Haven’t tried it yet, but it looks good (despite the dairy).

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