Delicious and SUPER easy--and looks like it took a lot more effort. I only had a 1/2 lb of sausage on hand but it still worked out great! We used rotini pasta, but any pasta would work just fine. Will definitely be making this again!! **Forgot to add--We needed the entire 15oz jar of sauce to make this to our liking**
Very simple to put together and oh so good. I made a half amount and still got enough for 4 servings (for us). So much flavor and a very enjoyable texture. I paired this with Garlic Cheese Olive Bread and it all made for one delicious and hearty meal. Made for PAC, Spring 2014.
Made this last night and everyone liked it. I didn't have fettuccini so I used small elbow macaroni. I only cooked 12 oz and it still seemed like too much pasta so I left some out. Would definitely fix again. It was great with garlic bread and parmesan on top.
Well, I'll be Marie Laveau! It didn't take too much voodoo to whip this up. Extremely fast from beginning to end with a tantalizing flavor that begs you to eat more and more. I almost forgot since I had that voodoo queen, Marie, on my mind. I subbed chef #10033's Alfredo Sauce with stellar results.
We substituted penne rigate for the fettuccine, and quite enjoyed this meal. Both sons agreed this really does not "need" the sausage, so next time we'll be doing an all-veggie version, adding broccoli, zucchini and mushrooms.
Really liked this a lot! Didn't have the blacken seasoning so found a recipe for it and just chunked the individual seasonings in. Worked fine. Next time, though, I think I'll see how it works with ziti or rotini instead of a string-type pasta.
Took this to a family reunion and it was the talk of the reunion. Instead of using the jarred sauce my son made the alfredo sauce from scratch. I doubled this recipe and it made a large punch bowl full.