How To Make Easy Fettuccine Alfredo | You Can Cook That | Allrecipes.com

Making rich, velvety, tacky Alfredo sauce is so easy, you just might skip the jarred things in favor of homemade from now on. Once you learn how to make a basic Alfredo sauce, you can utilize it in unlimited methods by including your favorite to create restaurant-worthy meals like Chicken Alfredo. Read on to learn and get dishes to try.

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00:00 Introduction
01:03 Preparing the pasta
01:20 Alfredo sauce
02:13 Reserve 1/2 cup pasta water
02:33 Ending up the alfredo sauce
03:20 Add in the pasta noodles
03:45 Plating fettuccini alfredo
04:02 Alternative Dish: Chicken Fettuccini Alfredo
04:21 Trial run

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21 Comments

  1. YUMM! – quick question – i don’t have heavy cream in my pantry right now – can i use milk as a substitute instead? – #nondairy

  2. I’m sure it’s delicious but it’s not fettuccine Alfredo. Fettuccine Alfredo is Parmigiano Reggiano, Butter, and pasta water. I know I’m not Italian but I learned This information from Italians.

  3. I love it with thin slices of sweet sausage. The cream holds it together, or you can add a tempered egg yolk. Make sure you remove sauce from heat before adding cheese, it can burn. Alfredo “breaks” easily. Never reheat in microwave.

  4. Is that salted or unsalted butter? Thank you for sharing another great recipe😊

  5. Real Alfredo sauce doesn’t have cream, and a real Alfredo is just a different version of a other pasta dish which comes from Italy 🇮🇹

    1. If real Alfredo sauce doesn’t have cream, how is it made? Please explain, would love to know, thanks

  6. This looks amazing! Thank you for sharing I’m looking forward to giving this a try. I also have a recipe channel which I hope may be of I trest to you. Keep up the great work!

  7. Good Morning Nicole . Your pasta dish it’s so easy to make . I’m going to try making it . Be my first time . To do it home made . Thanks for sharing the recipe . Have a wonderful day .

  8. This should be waay better than jarred. However. currently: 2 cups cream = $2, cheeses = @$2, 2 sticks butter = $2 = $6. Can of alfredo = $2-4. And there’s no cooking involved. That’s why one might still reach for the jar.

  9. If you grate your own Parmesan cheese, be careful with your knuckles. In Italy, they sell some round metal dishes with a grate on top for grating cheese — at least they used to.

  10. Italian Pasta Alfredo only calls for butter and Parmesan cheese.

  11. Love Nicole, but, there is no cream in Alfredo. The Italians are going to rip on you for this.

  12. Hi something good every time delicious and fast got to try it out maybe in the weekend. 💚💞💗💙💝👌👌👌👍👍👍👍

  13. Thank you for your nice video-I just love how you similar-sized it for me

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