As tasty as it may be, this recipe does not even come close to being an Alfredo. This has the makings of a slap-dash Stroganoff. For those that do not know, Alfredo cannot be Alfredo without Parmesan cheese and butter. The ingredients for the two are as follows. For a genuine Alfredo sauce: butter,and Parmesan cheese are really all that are required. In today's recipes you will find slight variations or additions such as: cream, garlic or a little parsley. But Parmesan is always present. For a Stroganoff you would typically find the basics of: beef, butter, mushrooms, onions, beef stock and sour cream. With modern day recipes you will find that people are substituting the beef cuts and beef broth with chicken cuts and chicken broth. In an Alfredo sauce you will never find mushrooms, no chicken flavored anything and definitely no Italian seasonings. So, for accuracy and a realistic foundation for newly developing palates, this recipe should be renamed. Don't get upset, I'm just calling a spade, a spade...
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As tasty as it may be, this recipe does not even come close to being an Alfredo. This has the...