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Karamarie 12-27-2016 06:37 PM

You can also make the Alfredo by using the whole jar of Alfredo and enough other ingredients to make a full batch and then freeze part of the batch. Makes for a quick complete meal as it is complete when you froze it.

Geri B 12-28-2016 05:15 AM


Originally Posted by true4uca (Post 7726992)
I did not know it could be frozen. How do you use it after frozen. Do you thaw it in the fridge. Last time I bought a jar was almost $3. I felt like I was throwing $1.50 in the garbage. It surely isn't cheaper for me to make it as I'd never use the rest of the ingredients. DH avoids dairy and now so do. We don't even drink milk let alone using heavy cream.

if you avoid dairy products why are you eating elfredo?

QuiltE 12-28-2016 05:49 AM


Originally Posted by Geri B (Post 7727435)
if you avoid dairy products why are you eating elfredo?

It doesn't make sense, does it? :)

quiltpal 02-12-2017 04:07 PM

I have made this receipe several times. It is great. Thank you! Quiltpal

slbram17 02-13-2017 11:30 AM

There are non dairy recipes out there for alfredo sauce....uses almond milk and vegan cheese.

romanojg 02-14-2017 07:50 AM

you can freeze it, you can also add curry to it and make something different, its also great as a pizza sauce for white pizza, lots of ways to use the whole thing. I live alone and agree and I have a hard time making small batches of anything.

true4uca 02-14-2017 08:14 AM

Avoid is the key word and just a personal choice, I do make it a couple times a year when I'm in need of something different. Most dairy products just get tossed as we rarely manage to eat it in a timely manner.

Originally Posted by Geri B (Post 7727435)
if you avoid dairy products why are you eating elfredo?


Onebyone 02-15-2017 05:57 AM

I make it using chicken stock with Parmesan cheese and cream cheese melted into it and then add about a teaspoon of cornstarch solution as thickener. Add salt to taste and any herbs you like. We use a lot of basil. My young grands love it over noodles so we have it often for lunch the days I keep them.

fruitloop 02-16-2017 12:42 PM


Originally Posted by Onebyone (Post 7764918)
I make it using chicken stock with Parmesan cheese and cream cheese melted into it and then add about a teaspoon of cornstarch solution as thickener. Add salt to taste and any herbs you like. We use a lot of basil. My young grands love it over noodles so we have it often for lunch the days I keep them.

I made the sauce using these ingredients and it was delicious. I could have eaten it as a soup before thickening.


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