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Wwltmom 's Alfredo Sauce Made Lighter

Wwltmom 's Alfredo Sauce Made Lighter created by Pneuma

This is a modification of Recipe #258784. Note: This recipe calls for arrowroot or cornstarch- the amounts are different so make sure you use the proper amount for the thickener you are using.

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directions

  • Blend cottage cheese with powdered milk until smooth.
  • Combine milk, garlic and cottage cheese mixture in 1 1/2 quart saucepan. Heat until warm, but do not boil.
  • Dissolve arrowroot in cold water. Stir or whisk the cold mixture into, milk mixture.
  • Bring liquid to a simmer and simmer over low heat 5 minutes or until sauce is slightly thickened, stirring constantly.
  • Remove from heat and whisk in parmesan cheese, salt and white pepper.
  • Stir until just combined. Overstirring can make it thin again.
  • Toss with hot pasta; sprinkle with parsley. Serve immediately.
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"This is a modification of Recipe #258784. Note: This recipe calls for arrowroot or cornstarch- the amounts are different so make sure you use the proper amount for the thickener you are using."
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  1. YummySmellsca
    Tried this with arrowroot... turned into a slimy mess. Then of course I looked up arrowroot in my Food Substitutions Bible and read "Arrowroot starch should not be used as a thickener for dairy-based sauces, since it turns them slimy". Sigh!
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  2. Pneuma
    Wwltmom 's Alfredo Sauce Made Lighter Created by Pneuma
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  3. Pneuma
    Wwltmom 's Alfredo Sauce Made Lighter Created by Pneuma
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  4. Pneuma
    so cheesy, so light, so white. Did it w/ potato starch although I bet cornstarch is much better. Had no fresh parsley on hand either so used dried. Love the garlic here. Thanks for sharing. :)
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  5. Nyteglori
    This is a modification of Recipe #258784. Note: This recipe calls for arrowroot or cornstarch- the amounts are different so make sure you use the proper amount for the thickener you are using.
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