Homemade chicken alfredo is a loved dish within my household, and what is even more loved is my homemade alfredo sauce. Having made the dish plenty of times in the past using store bought sauces, I decided it was time to make my own. With a quick trip to the local grocery store, I began to pick out the needed ingredients. Half an hour later, due to my undecisive ramblings, I made it out of the store with two bags in tow. What would happen next would send my taste buds soaring.
The recipe itself is very easy to make and at max takes 15 minutes from start to finish. Having found the recipe on Pinterest, I adjusted some of the ingredients to better fit the needs of my family. The link to the original recipe will be posted in the credits below. Here is to a delicious dinner! Let me know what you think!
Homemade Creamy Alfredo Sauce
1/2 cup. Butter
2 cups. Heavy Cream
1.5 cups. Parmesan Cheese
1/2 cup. Asiago Cheese
2tbsp. Minced Garlic
1tsp. Paprika, Cayenne Powder
Salt and Pepper to taste
Directions: In a medium pot, allow your butter to melt on medium heat. Before the butter is fully melted add in the minced garlic, allowing the garlic to gently sauté. Once the butter has completed melting, add in your heavy cream, cheeses and seasonings. Adjust or add seasonings as needed. Make sure to continuously stir the sauce, allowing the sauce to rise to a boil before cutting off the heat. Use immediately over preferred choice of noodles.
Recipe Tip: Buy the needed cheeses in block form and hand grate each. By hand grating, the cheeses melt easier within the sauce. If you need to refrigerate the sauce, keep in mind that the sauce keeps for a max of 4 days.
Recipe Credit: cookingfromtheheart.blog
Link to Original Recipe: https://www.noshtastic.com/easy-alfredo-sauce/