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I had a recipe that called for store bought Alfredo Sauce,,,, no time to go out so I searched here on Zaar for the recipe... I had all the ingredients and I am positive this was so much better than I could have bought. I did cook this on the stove & also added a little garlic and a cornflour mixed with water to thicken it. I used it in a recipe to make shrimp & scallop crepes which were superb. There is a little sauce left which I think will be wonderful with some pasta. This was so easy and delicious. Think it will be my new basic white sauce. Thank you so much for a great recipe

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Elkaybee August 10, 2009

Very good, used in spinach artichoke lasagna and it came out wonderful! Loved that it was a very simple recipe to make. Thanks for sharing :)

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Shannon Holmes August 04, 2009

AWESOME!!! SO Yummy and easy! THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR SHARING!!

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jesstorres687 July 09, 2009

Tasted lovely at first but seemed to get saltier as it was eaten. Very odd. Halved the recipe and tossed in some garlic, used canned condensed milk instead of cream. Think I'll completely omit the salt next time. Thanks!

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kittykat #2 June 18, 2009

This recipe is very simple and delicious. I always use a full cup of parmesan cheese, and add a few cloves of chopped fresh garlic to the butter while it's melting on the stove. I've never tried this in the microwave, but making this on the stove top is ridiculously quick and easy.

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Lucky Haskins May 28, 2009

This was very good. We added shrimp to it and LOTS of garlic. We also cooked it on the stove. It did need to be thickened, and we used some Wondra flour mixed with cream and added it in. The 2yr old gobbled it up, and she has not eaten that good in a WHILE. Thank you for a yummy, easy recipe.

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Chele D April 23, 2009

Pretty decent if you are in the mood for a real fast Alfredo-esq sauce. I found cooking it in the micorwave it was way to thin, so I transfered it to a pot to cook it down a bit. This is a great recipe for low-carbers

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gigi1975 February 23, 2009

A-MA-ZING. I could eat this for the rest of my life- fresh parmesan is the key

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jewel605 February 19, 2009

This SO DOES NOT WORK without (a) cooking; and (b) adding a thickener. For a doubled recipe, I used 1 tsp. of cornstarch diluted in water at the very end. I also added a heaping tablespoon of garlic paste just cause I like it. I think the butter could be cut back a bit but otherwise with these adjustments it turns out great. Another way to thicken might be to cook some flour with the melted butter in the first step.

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TGharbi February 18, 2009

I was upset b/c this sauce my DS made didn't work. . THEN, I read the direction: NO COOKING???? A

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Amberngriffinco February 17, 2009
Alfredo Sauce