The Prettiest plate was my daughter’s. I know for all my followers that are vegan this is not your forte. Although I did find an alternative Vegan Friendly Alfredo Sauce Recipe http://www.healthfulpursuit.com/2013/02/vegan-paleo-alfredo-sauce/ Not sure how it tastes. I would be interested in making it though, once I obtain a blender 🙂 . I keep telling my husband that I need one…
Alright I do not measure my ingredients for this sauce because the less you use the less you get, the more you use the abundance of sauce you end up with. Got it?
So What you need for the sauce pictured above, besides the fresh garlic cloves I did not have on hand. I think my husband threw them out or my 2 year old hid them…Probably find them in her play kitchen in a few days.
This sauce uses heavy cream, although you can use milk if you cannot get heavy cream.
Where I live overseas our cream comes in these very teeny cartons. I say teeny because when you are trying to make something big you need many of them.
The pictures from left to right are my steps, Which is simply:
The heat on the stove should never go over a medium. This is to be cooked on medium or lower temperatures to prevent curdling. Melt Butter, Add cream, stir together, sprinkle in Parmesan, it will thicken slightly, add mozzarella, it will get very thick like fondue. Once you cook your pasta, use excess pasta water while its hot to thin the sauce out. Thin it to the thickness you prefer. Alfredo sauce is meant to coat the fettuccine noodle, not pool at the bottom of your plate. Keep that in mind. Toss your pasta and vegetables in the sauce, then plate. Place chicken, shrimp, squid ring or what not on top. You can Add Creole spices to spice up the sauce, Add directly to sauce.
Flavor: If you’re not sure what flavor your sauce has gotten. It should have a strong parmesan cheese flavor.
Adding Garlic. Minced garlic can be added with the butter. Cook slightly. Do not brown, the sauce is meant to be a light pale color.
If you have any questions please feel free to comment. This made enough for 3 people.