Today I would like rambling about my favorite Italian dish (as of right now), Alfredo. When I think of this dish, the first thing that comes to mind is "Which way are we going to make it?" Clearly, there is much way to go about preparing this pasta. Whether it is classic Fettuccine Alfredo, Shrimp Alfredo, Chicken Alfredo or (one I was not aware of) Sausage Tomato Fettuccine, it can be done.
The most interesting aspect about this dish is, its quick and easy. However, Alfredo gives a formal feel, ultimately an easy dish that looks difficult to make. With the specific recipe from "Simply Recipes" they incorporate nutmeg. On the contrary, I've never used it; furthermore, I believe I would like to try it. Different is fun and Why NOT!
A regular in my house is Chicken Alfredo, why I might add; broccoli is included normally for my cooking. In contrast, I've never added the broccoli to the Shrimp Alfredo, like that in the recipe for " Simple Recipes". Furthermore, chicken is so commonly used by me, as a result shrimp is a great substitute to give a different look and flavor to the dish.
Now to my new venture, the Sausage Tomato Fettuccine, which I've never heard of. Basically this recipe is saying to use a pound of Italian sausage, Parmesan cheese, and 2 large garlic cloves as the bases of the dish. Accordingly this will draw me to the plate if nothing else with.
Admittedly, Alfredo can be done many way, like that of other dishes. As I state constantly, cooking is about putting your own flavor into the dish, that’s what makes every dish unique. By extension, this website "Simple Recipe" has some great idea for quick and easy meals. I definitely suggest trying one sometime.