Alfredo is an Italian sauce made several ways. In its simplest incarnation, hot cooked pasta is tossed with cream, butter, and cheese until a sauce forms and coats the pasta. Alfredo Sauce is a velvety white sauce sometimes made with cheese and garlic. The sauce is rich and delicious, and easy to make. These recipes all use Alfredo sauce in different ways: from a pot pie to the classic Fettuccine Alfredo.
This wonderful casserole is my new favorite recipe. The bacon adds a smoky flavor, the stuffed ravioli is perfect paired with squash and broccoli, and Parmesan cheese is the perfect finishing touch.
Chicken meatballs and cream cheese add fabulous flavor and texture to a basic Fettuccine Alfredo recipe. This one is a sure family pleaser!
Okay, so this isn't a true Alfredo recipe. But Alfredo sauce is a great choice for making creamy and smooth slow cooker dishes. Its addition to macaroni and cheese made in the slow cooker ensures perfect results.
Well, not exactly classic. I add garlic, a bit of cornstarch and some lemon juice so the cheese melts smoothly. Please, use real freshly grated Parm for this recipe; not the stuff from the green can, or you'll have a clumpy mess! Make just as directed for a fabulous treat.
Mushrooms, onions, garlic, and frozen precooked meatballs, plus a jar of Alfredo sauce, make this recipe super flavorful
This elegant recipe, made in your slow cooker, uses bottled Alfredo sauce as a shortcut ingredient. The Alfredo sauce also has stabilizers that keep the sauce smooth and creamy throughout the long cooking time. Serve over pasta or hot cooked rice.