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Omg,this is sooo delicious! Thank You!!

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winggirl November 08, 2008

This is a great recipe. I added 1/2 cup goat cheese and asiago instead of parmesan cheese. Also, I used chicken broth in place of the bouillon. It was absolutely delicious! We had it served over fettucini noodles and with cut up chicken thighs that were left overs. Cracked fresh pepper topped it off. Thanks! I am glad that I found this recipe. Jelly

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HotPepperRosemaryJelly November 07, 2008

really good

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bobybaloony October 14, 2008

Very delicious. I poured this sauce over fettucine noodles and served with chicken tenderloins prepared on the grill. This recipe makes enough sauce for a 16 oz. package of fettucine noodles. I will definitely be making this recipe again.

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Okiegirl September 22, 2008

Very nice! I mixed this with some of my husband's homemade tomato sauce to make a rose sauce for baked cheese cappelletti. It was such a quick and easy recipe that the dish was ready (start to finish) in a little over 30 minutes.

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Alison J. September 20, 2008

It's a delicious and versitile sauce. It's a keeper. I use it as a base for shrimp alfredo - add 1 l.b. of skinned cooked shrimp plus 1.5 cups frozen/thawed peas. It's a family favorite. I recently made a stuffed pasta dish (ravioli, shells or other stuffed pasta will do) with the sauce. I layered sauce, then pasta, then spinach & onions and then repeated. I sprinkled some parmasean with Italian seasoning over the top and baked it. The pasta and veggies soaked up the sauce so I served with more alfredo. Another family favorite - all from one basic recipe. If the sauce gets too thick, I thin it with milk.

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jziboukh June 22, 2008

This recipe is wonderful! I've made alfredo sauces before that were a little flat. It must be the chicken bouillon that adds the great depth to the flavor. I made this as a base for a white pizza and my son raved about it. Thanks for an easy, delicious recipe.

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sowalwriter May 05, 2008

What a great tasting sauce!! My husband and kids just loved it. I did use regular milk instead of half-and-half since that is all I had, but it came out great! Thank you for posting.

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happysunflower36 April 26, 2008

This sauce was sooooo good! I'll never again buy the jar of Alfredo sauce from the store! My children loved it! I tossed some of it over top angle hair pasta and shrimp! Also, I used shredded parmesan cheese and added a couple dashes of old bay. This was really ummy!

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Shantekarma April 22, 2008

WONDERFUL! Everyone in my family loved it! That includes myself, my husband, two pre-teen girls and a toddler. Yay!And talk about a quick meal! I served it over pasta and added broccoli and leftover cooked hamburger (would have used chicken, but wanted to finish up the leftovers) and added a bit more half and half to thin it out a bit more. It was soooo yummy! My oldest daughter actually said... "MMmmmm I love this sauce! It's so cheesy!" :)

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QueenCong April 16, 2008
Alfredo Sauce