This Homemade Cream Sauce Is A Little Different Than Your Typical Alfredo and You’re Going To Love It

This homemade cream sauce is a little different than your typical alfredo and you’re going to love it! One of the best Italian pasta recipes is that of fettuccine alfredo, the cream sauce recipe always rich and creamy and delicious. This fettuccine recipe is a nice sauce recipe variation, with a creamy mushroom sauce recipe that will join your list of favorite main dish recipes. We can't help but love pasta recipes, there are just so many ways to enjoy it, but sometimes we might fall into making it the same way time and time again. With this wild mushroom sauce recipe, that is not difficult to make, it's a nice way to change things up. The ingredients you will need for this sauce recipe include fettuccine noodles, mixed fresh mushrooms sliced, parmesan cheese, thawed and drained frozen peas, some vegetable or chicken broth, and some chopped shallots. You will also need some minced garlic, all purpose flour, extra virgin olive oil and some salt and some freshly ground pepper.

Start by bringing a large pot of salted water to a boil, and cooking the fettuccine pasta according to the package directions, till al dente. Then drain pasta, and reserve some of the cooking water, and set the pasta aside. Heat some olive oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat and saute some shallots until tender approximately two to three minutes. Then add some garlic and some salt and pepper, while stirring the so the garlic does not burn. Then add the sliced mushrooms and peas and cook until the excess moisture in the mushrooms evaporates, and they become softened. Evenly put the flour over the vegetable in the skillet and stir so that all the vegetable are evenly coated. Pour some of the vegetable broth and some of the reserved cooking water into the skillet and bring to a boil. Cook until this mixture reduces and thicken, then remove the skillet from the heat and stir in the heavy cream and the parmesan cheese. After tasting, you can adjust the seasoning if necessary. Add the fettuccine pasta to the sauce and stir to coat. If you find that the sauce recipe is too thick, you can use the rest of the reserved pasta water to thin out. Did you know that in Italy the names of specific pasta types and shapes can quite often vary with each locale you visit? Pasta also used to be eaten plain, so when the idea of using a tomato sauce recipe came up to flavor, it was something revolutionary. Today pasta is eaten with a wide variety of sauce recipes and seasonings.

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