CNYEats A Taste of Utica Creamy Alfredo Sauce

by Joanne on March 14, 2010

This week, on page 42 in our book DSC_0355 A Taste of Utica, Rainie Piccione posted the lightest of Alfredo sauce recipes.  It’s not heavy and doesn’t consume you in a plethora of flavors.  It is a perfect sauce and texture complement to a good starch and or a good protein. 

CREAMY ALFREDO SAUCE

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  • 2 TBS olive oil
  • 2 tsp fresh garlic, minced
  • 2 TBS onion, minced
  • 3 cups heavy cream
  • 2/3 cup Parmesan cheese, grated
  • black pepper to taste (if you prefer to keep the sauce white, no black flecks, use white pepper)

Directions:  Heat olive oil in a non-stick pan over medium heat.  Add onion, cook for 4 minutes.  Add garlic and cook for 2 minutes.  Stir in the cream and reduce heat to medium low.  Stir in Parmesan cheese and add the pepper to taste.  Serve over cooked pasta or broiled chicken breasts.

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Easy to make and great over a variety of starch, protein, and vegetables.  Enjoy!

Joanne

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6 Comments

  • At 2010.03.14 19:49, kalli@fitandfortysomething said:

    Can you veganify this recipe I wonder? Any ideas? Though it looks great as is…..
    Have a good Sunday night:)
    .-= kalli@fitandfortysomething´s last blog ..New Food =-.

    • At 2010.03.14 20:25, Joanne said:

      Kalli: Yes. Use silken tofu but be sure to use it immediately after mixing in the tofu as the sauce will separate.

      • At 2010.03.14 23:20, Margaret said:

        This looks wonderful. Love pasta dishes and always like a creamy sauce. This looks perfect.

        Thanks for coming by the blog. Glad to find out which one is yours as it didn’t show up on your comments.
        .-= Margaret´s last blog ..Childhood Food Memories. =-.

        • At 2010.03.15 08:13, Joanne said:

          Margaret: Thanks Margaret.

          • At 2010.03.15 08:57, Carrie said:

            Spaghetti squash has become one of my favorite foods since I started eating low carb, but I haven’t tried it with an alfredo sauce yet. I’ll have to give this a try – it looks fabulous!

            • At 2010.11.09 13:43, Molly said:

              I just love alfredo sauce! I can’t wait to try this recipe.. My mother in law loves alfredo but I am not a huge fan.. however, the reviews that this recipe has may change my mind! I love love love! Can’t wait, will update!

              -Molly
              Antique Jewelry

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