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I’m a bit of an alfredo connoisseur. So when I stopped at a new eatery in our town and saw “Becky’s Famous Fettuccine Alfredo” on the menu, I knew I had to try it!
While waiting for my meal, I had visions of butter, parmesan cheese, and heavy whipping cream dancing around on my tongue in a perfectly choreographed waltz. Good alfredo sauce is more than just making sure it tastes good…it’s an art. You’ve got to make sure it emulsifies and doesn’t break apart into an oily mess on someone’s plate.
When I got my order, I dove in.
And I’ve got to say, Becky, I don’t think your alfredo is famous for tasting good.
You see, the problem is, I couldn’t really taste anything at all. There was ZERO flavor to the sauce. It was so bad that I had to ask for a to-go box to take it all home and season it there. My children, who are mac n’ cheese aficionados, hated their mac n’ cheese, too. Zero flavor. Becky might have made that, too.
The lesson here? Don’t be like Becky.
I’ve got a killer recipe to share with you – I just know you’re going to love it.
It’s got a secret ingredient. Want to know what it is?
I’d love to know what you think below!