Next time you're craving the killer combination, round out your meal by tossing in sautéed cauliflower, along with a few leaves of fresh sage for some earthy, herbal notes. You'll find the result more satisfying. To add creaminess and heft, stir in an egg at the end, too. Want the simple supper now? Then read on.
Marcus demonstrates that it's all about building flavors by crisping smoky bacon, blending in sharp parmigiano-reggiano, and finishing with oregano's lesser-used cousin, marjoram. This one-pot meal isn't light on the butter, cream, or cheese, but its slow-cooked flavor and creamy texture will leave you hungry for more. Head over to KitchenDaily for the demo and recipe.