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This is the best Alfredo recipe I have ever tried. It is most certainly Olive Garden caliber sauce. However, I did double the milk to thin it down a little. I generally make it with Three Alarm Blackened Chicken.
This recipe is wonderful! Rich, thick, and creamy... Exactly as alfredo should be! Make sure you do stir constantly, as the grated parmesan takes a bit more time to melt and otherwise it can taste a bit chalky. I prefer having a thinner alfredo sauce, so I added 2 or 3 peeled plum tomatoes that I diced and crushed/shredded and a couple tablespoons of the juices they're canned in. Doing it this way doesn't make it taste or look like traditional alfredo sauce, but it does put a very pleasant spin on a tradional recipe! Thanks so much for sharing!
My family was not very impressed with this recipe. All we could taste was cream cheese. Thanks for sharing the recipe though.
This leaves me speechless
Outstanding I added 10 oz chopped spinich, a little salt and a little more milk. My kids who will not touch spinich licked there plates clean. Thanks for such a great recipe.
I really liked this recipe. It actually tastes very close to the Olive Garden version. The only reason why I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 was because it turned out a little on the thick side, which I noticed a couple of other people noted as well. Otherwise, an excellent recipe that I will try again with a few tweaks to see if I can get the sauce to be less thick.
I have made this a few times now. Every one loves it. I like to add garlic shrimp, chicken and broccoli to the sauce, and I add more milk to thin it out. Thanks for sharing!
I loved this recipe! I halved the butter and added a little more milk and it was perfect. I also added broccoli with the pasta and it was divine.
The taste of the cream cheese was too strong. I did not like this very well.