Like so many other Italian sauces, this one appears in the States. It is said that a man named Alfredo di Lelio made the sauce to lure his pregnant wife to eat something different. She must have loved it when Alfredo opened his own restaurant in Rome, one of the dishes that he served was his fettuccine Alfredo. Now it’s served in many Italian restaurants around the world.
There are lots of techniques of making Alfredo sauce, and needless to say, you can serve it with any sort of pasta that you have. It doesn’t need to be fettuccine.
You’ll require a heavy-bottomed saucepan to make the sauce Critter Control and, obviously, a wooden spoon for stirring it.
Alfredo Sauce recipe
Half a cup of butter
Melt the butter and stir in the cream together with the cream cheese. Cook over a medium heat, stirring all the time to keep the sauce sticking or burning. After the cream cheese has melted, add the rest of the ingredients, except the Parmesan cheese.
Stir for about 3 minutes until the Parmesan has melted.
Alfredo sauce is extremely versatile, so you an experiment with it. Pour it over lightly boiled broccoli instead to cheese sauce. Add cooked strips of bacon or chicken into the sauce, or add equally. If you prefer flat-leaved parsley, add some to taste.
You can use unique cheeses, try a combination of parmesan, and two of your favorites. Blue cheese may be utilised in this sauce to great effect.
If you’re on a diet, then you can use milk rather than cream, simply make a white sauce and add cheese(s). If you do not have Parmesan, do not worry! You can use shredded Mozarella and grated Gruyere or a solid cheddar if you would like.
When you’ve made this sauce you’ll never want to purchase nother kind. Your home-cooking is best without additives or preservatives.