Thursday, December 11, 2008

Shrimp Fettuccine Alfredo



Ingredients:
20 Jumbo Shrimp
1 box Fettuccine noodles
Alfredo Sauce:
1 cup butter
3/4 pint heavy cream
salt and pepper to taste
1 dash garlic salt
3/4 cup grated Romano cheese
1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese



Directions:
Bring your water to a boil and add the fettuccine noodles. Cook for 8-10 minutes or until al dente. Drain.
In a large pan put heavy whipping cream in and then add your butter and let your butter melt into the cream. Do this over low heat. Then add salt, pepper and garlic salt.
Stir in your cheeses over medium heat. Let the sauce thicken.
Then add your noodles and shrimp. Coat the noodles and shrimp with sauce. Serve hot.
The Results:
I love this alfredo sauce. The last time I made it though. I just used all Parmesan cheese. It was still good. This sauce is so easy to make and it is totally worth it. I found this alfredo sauce off of allrecipes.

10 comments:

HoneyB said...

Oh yum! I didn't even eat dinner tonight. I've been too busy baking and getting ready for tomorrow's Christmas party! If I had this in front of me though, I would have eaten!

Emily said...

Nicole this looks so good! I love a good shrimp alfredo!

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Pam said...

Yum. A rich and delicious dinner!!!

Colleen said...

Those shrimp are humongous! Looks very tasty!

Jan said...

Mmmmm! Rich and scrummy. Well done, Nicole.

Priscilla said...

my Dad and brother would LOVE this!

Katherine Aucoin said...

This looks fabulous! Those shrimp are huge...what time is dinner?

Marlon said...

I tried this adding bacon to this dish. It’s really quite tasty.
Actually using shrimp is quite popular. I think fish might be good too. I like experimenting with dishes.

Anonymous said...

I have a question. Is the shrimp supposed to be cooked before you add it to the sauce? If so, how did you cook it? Did you saute or boil them?

Thanks,

Susan