What Noodles Do You Use For Fettuccine Alfredo

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What Noodles Do You Use For Fettuccine Alfredo

You can spoon this homemade alfredo sauce over hot, fresh pasta or toss it with the pasta so it absorbs all of the sauce. Fresh chilled fettuccine noodles taste so much better, which is why I love to use them. To make the fettuccine alfredo a bit more “saucy,” mix in less than a pound of pasta when making the sauce (you can start with 12 ounces of fettuccine)

I made Skinny Fettuccine Alfredo, a reduced-fat version, if you’re searching for something lighter. You can find the recipe HERE.

Simple ingredients like butter, parmesan cheese, garlic, heavy cream, and salt are used to make this homemade alfredo sauce. It’s a 5-ingredient alfredo sauce that is beyond easy!.

A fantastic recipe for Fettuccine Alfredo is one of those recipes that you just must have in your recipe box. This was one of the first things I taught the children when I was teaching cooking classes to children years ago. You will never buy the jarred kind again because making your own alfredo sauce is so simple! Almost every child in the neighborhood loves alfredo sauce!

What ingredients do I need to make an authentic Fettuccine Alfredo?

I always advise making simple dishes like Fettuccine Alfredo with the best ingredients available. Since there are only 4 ingredients in the original version, using premium ingredients will enhance the dish’s flavor.

  • Pasta: Dececco and Seggiano are my two favorite brands of dried pasta.
  • Butter: My favorite butter is Kerrygold unsalted butter. I like to buy mine from Costco and freeze what I won’t need because the butter keeps for five months in the freezer. The quality is amazing!
  • Cheese: Since pre-grated cheese contains preservatives to prevent the shreds from clumping, I prefer to always have a wedge of good cheese in my refrigerator. I used Costco’s 24-month aged parmesan cheese for this recipe.

What Noodles Do You Use For Fettuccine Alfredo

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