Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins
This is basically normal alfredo sauce but lots of the alfredo sauce that is canned in stores has modified food starch in it which is no good for a gluten free diet. So this is what my aunt came up with and is so delicious. Its good to add to rice noodles and chicken or put on gluten free pizza crust or in rice noodle alfredo lasagna. This really works with anything and is a good Gluten Free base. Buckwheat noodles are the best with this but I have only found them on sale once. Rice noodles are very cheap at the local Chinese market in all shapes and sizes. I also use this in rice alfredo casserol. If you come up with any more ideas let me know.
- I would Heat all together on med-low until smooth and creamy.
- According to my husband you do the following : Melt butter first then smash cream cheese into the butter. Add cheese and milk last.
- Add more milk to make more smooth. Start with 1/2 cup first then add to more to make desired texture.
The sauce was delicious and I will defiantly make it again! I did however add garlic, hot pepper flakes and Italian seasoning to spice it up. The alfredo sauce had a nice smooth consistency and made for wonderful leftovers. WAY better then the bottled stuff!
This was exactly what I was looking for! I had chicken breasts and mushrooms and wasn't sure what to make. The sauce was very rich and creamy. Next time I will add spinach. My husband loved it and could not tell it was gluten free.
We made this almost as directed; we used garlic salt instead of the Ms. Dash seasoning and it was wonderful. We used it on a gluten free pizza crust. Since we can't have tomato sauce, this made a great pizza sauce alternative. The kids loved it.