Carbone has been a NYC staple since it opened in 2013 by Queens native, Chef Mario Carbone. Since then, it has become quite the global spectacle with seven locations in Miami, Las Vegas, Dallas, Hong Kong, Doha and Riyadh.
But as much as people across the world crave Carbone’s signature Spicy Rigatoni, we’re not too sure they know that their favorite scoop of greatness originated in NYC. Now, we’re not claiming that the dish *itself* started here — but we’ll definitely claim Chef Mario’s version!
After a successful partnership with GoPuff earlier this year, Carbone is making fans an offer you’d be silly to refuse!
For a limited time, you can get your hands on Carbone’s Spicy Vodka Kit! The set includes everything you need to prepare this iconic dish and make a statement at your next family gathering – even a beautiful dish to serve it on!
Dining at home can now feel and taste like dining out! Whether buying for yourself or gifting to someone else, the Carbone Spicy Vodka gift set will provide all of the essentials to recreate Carbone’s iconic Spicy Rigatoni dish in the comfort of your homes — no reservations needed!
Immersing you in the Carbone experience, this gift set includes everything needed to feel like you are dining at the popular restaurant – two (2) Carbone Spicy Vodka 24oz jars, two (2) DeCecco Rigatoni Dry Pasta 16oz boxes, one (1) authentic Italian, hand-painted rooster platter (the same used in the Carbone restaurants), and one (1) 2-Cup Pyrex Measuring Cup.
With the simple addition of cream and butter, you will now be able to recreate this irresistible dish from our family to yours.
While supplies last, you can head over to Amazon or Carbone’s Fine Food website to get your hands on the ultimate gift for your favorite foodie this holiday season.
As for the recipe, here’s how you’ll make Carbone’s Spicy Rigatoni:
- Combine 24oz Carbone Spicy Vodka sauce with 8oz heavy cream and simmer.
- Toss 1lb cooked pasta with sauce and 2 tbsp butter and heat together.
Will you be adding Spicy Rigatoni to the holiday spread this year?