Alfredo Sauce Pasta

Alfredo sauce is from Italian origin; white creamy sauce got by mixing melted cheese, butter and flour; this is used to coat the cooked pasta along with some spices. Though this sauce is simple to make, it is also available in processed ready-to-eat forms that can be bought, mixed with cooked pasta and consumed. They are yummy but dairy rich and high in calories though.


1. Pasta – 2 cups
2. Butter – 2 tbsp
3. Corn flour – 1 tbsp
4. Milk – 1 cup
5. Parmesan cheese – 3 tbsp
6. Salt and pepper
7. Garlic – 3 cloves


Step 1: Cook the pasta as per the instructions on the cover with some salt. Drain the excess water and toss with a few drops of oil.

Step 2: Melt butter over low heat in wide sauce pan and saute peeled and grated garlic in it.

Step 3: Stir in flour and mix with a ladle until blended.

Step 4: Slowly add milk to pan, keep stirring to avoid lumps.
Step 5: When the ingredients got mixed well, increase heat and reduce for 5 minutes to thicken the sauce.
Step 6: Adjust consistency, if sauce is too thick, add more milk; if it is too thin, add more diluted flour.
Step 7: Add the pasta, and cover with grated cheese.

Step 8: Adjust salt and sprinkle pepper as per taste.

• Serve immediately.


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