Copycat Alfredo Sauce
- Melt butter over medium heat in a saute pan. Add garlic and saute for 1 minute.
- Add flour, milk, heavy cream, and cheese directly to the melted butter in the saute pan. Stir together and heat till simmering. Add salt and pepper, to taste.
- Serve over your favorite pasta or use as a dipping sauce for breadsticks or garlic bread.
bthkaiser53 225 Days Ago
mcjaeger68 247 Days Ago
I love this sauce! I didn't have an Italian cheese blend but added mozzarella cheese along with the Parmesan cheese. I served it with prosciutto stuffed tortellini. Delicious!
jollen5950865 348 Days Ago
Why do a review if you haven't made it? It was very good!
mcadwellm 441 Days Ago
This is just your standard alfredo sauce. Nothing special about it. However, the photo shows a sauce not fit for eating. Alfredo sauce should be thick and creamy - NOT curdled and broken down. You probably want to take some better photos pronto.
mfbandit769 441 Days Ago
I haven't tried it, but the wouldn't make it based on the curdled yucky appearance. I also noticed that the flour was not added to the butter to make a roux and cooked off.
karlapupo23 593 Days Ago
My family loved it. Added grilled chichen or shirmp even broccoli. And so super easy.
Jenn 788 Days Ago
Spot on Lorimarie. The sauce does not look appetizing at all.The sauce is definitely broken. Cooked at too high a temp perhaps?
Lorimarie Kepple 789 Days Ago
From this picture of the Alfredo sauce, it looks like it's curdled or separated. It should be very smooth and creamy .