Browse by Cuisine
- Cajun Creole
- Southern US
Alfredo sauce is a sauce made from butter, cream, and Parmesan cheese. It is named after Alfredo di Lelio, who created the sauce in 1914.
Alfredo di Lelio was a chef in Rome, Italy. He created the sauce for his pregnant wife, who was having trouble eating. The sauce was a hit with his wife and she recovered quickly.
Alfredo sauce became popular in the United States after it was served at the restaurant Romanoff's in Hollywood. The sauce was a hit with celebrities and the restaurant became very popular.
Jump to: Ingredient Breakdown Insights
|all purpose flour|
|angel hair pasta|
|parsley garlic salt|
|light cream cheese|
|shamrock farms heavy whipping cream|
|shamrock farms milk|