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Back to Basics – Fettuccine Alfredo

I think this was probably one of the first dishes I learned how to make because it was so easy. Now I did not say how often I ate it because despite the creamy and rich sauce the fettuccine bathes in, let’s be honest it is not low cal. But for that night you want to indulge a little (everyone needs to every once in a while) or a dish that takes only about 20 minutes to make, try this out! If you need another excuse it is National Fettuccine Alfredo Day!! (no joke) Pair it with Caprese Chicken or a Caprese Salad. And of course don’t for get a glass of Red Wine Sangria!

 

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*Cook’s Note: You could always add chicken or shrimp to add another layer of flavor to this dish.

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