This favorite dish is popular and ultimately delicious in Italian restaurants around the world. Now, you can make it at home.
Fettuccini Alfredo is so flavorful with its creamy white sauce and perfectly prepared ribbon noodles. There are some tricks to achieving the right balance and some of the magic is in the tossing!
8 ounces fettuccini
noodles per instructions on package and drain.
Place in a warmed serving dish and serve immediately. Have extra pepper and parmesan available for topping.
Note that while tossing, the pan should not be on a heated burner. This could cause the butter to separate and the end result will no longer be creamy. Be cautious when tossing; use two forks to separate the noodles so they will be thoroughly coated. Cook only as much as you are going to consume at one sitting. This fettuccini alfredo recipe does not keep well nor does it reheat with the same consistency.
While we may not be able to replicate exactly the Old World artisanship of Fettuccini Alfredo, this recipe will be a wonderfully delicious replacement.
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