Recipe by Philadelphia
"The famous Italian-inspired creamy fettuccine dish is easy to make when you use cream cheese to enrich the sauce."
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PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese, cubed
KRAFT Grated Parmesan Cheese
butter or margarine
fettuccine, cooked, drained
Cream cheese is a great cheat! This sauce was not grainy and turned out beautifully. I added more grated parmesan to suit my taste (prob 1c total), plus a handful or two of chopped frozen spinach (defrosted). I put the spinach in the sauce about 5min before serving. The spinach gave it a beautiful color and texture. No white pepper or nutmeg, just black pepper as that's what i had. Hubby loved it too! Easily reheats with a splash of half and half. Consider your own mix-ins like mushrooms, yellow squash, peas and pancetta (carbonara substitute), etc. Skeptics--you'll be glad you made this cream cheese cheat recipe!
This was absolutely amazing for being so easy. The only thing I did differently was leave out the nutmeg... only because I forgot. Next time I will add it.
Very Good. No need for the nutmeg or white pepper. I was also out of garlic too. I mixed cream cheese, butter, and Parmesan cheese in pan with a whisk until melted. Then added to noodles. Good flavor and not gritty. Awesome.
Just used the Alfredo sauce and loved it. I used Neufchatel instead of cream cheese and only 3 Tbsp of butter.
So good!My family loves this recipe!
Easy to make and tastes great! Have made several times
Pretty good but a tad bland. I used real parmesan from a block to add some flavor but next time I will use more garlic.
I added some grilled chicken to this recipe. It was a croud pleaser in my house! One of my new favorites!
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