Alfredo sauce is among the most well-known sauce recipes. The majority of people from the western world have tried more than once.
As time passed the recipe was able to be modified to fit the tastes of people with different diets and preferences. A lot of chefs started adding heavy cream as well as other types of cheese.
Why Make Alfredo Sauce Without Heavy Cream?
Sometimes, heavy cream is too heavy for certain people due to its rich in fat. One of the simplest methods to cut down on the fat content in the making of this recipe would be to replace the heavy cream with a white sauce called a white roux.
This is how you can create a White Roux Sauce:
- Make sure to add 1 cup of butter that has been melted in a pan ( I’m personally in love with this pan purchased from Amazon). The additional butter makes the sauce extremely creamy and delicious, without the need for heavy cream.
- Mix the butter with equal amounts of wheat flour, and cook until it becomes a smooth paste.
- Include half of a liter of liquid milk. We prefer full-fat milk.
- Include the cheese. We use mozzarella and parmesan cheese.
Different Variations Of Alfredo Sauce
- Make use of cornstarch and milk to replace thick cream – The result is similar in flavor and you’ll get less fat-laden sauce with lots of creaminess and texture.
- Add sauteed onion to give depth to vegetable alfredo sauce Sauté some onions (whatever kind you like) Sauteed onions. Cook the sauce alfredo in the same pan as cooking the onion. If you want a sweeter sauce you could make caramelized onions as well.
- Incorporate herbs into your sauce Don’t overlook the chance to experiment with different aromatic herbs in your sauce alfredo to give it additional taste as well as depth. Coriander, parsley rosemary, and parsley are great choices.
- Include sauteed chicken for an alfredo sauce that is more filling Sauté pieces of chicken in white wine and butter. The alfredo sauce can be cooked in the same sauce using the exact pan in which you cooked the chicken.
Making Alfredo Sauce With Milk (No Heavy Cream)
Gather the ingredients.
Set the stove on low heat, put the butter into the pot, and stir using a spoon until it melts.
Once the butter is melted then add the sifted flour. If there isn’t a strainer you can use a strainer. I recently purchased the perforated strainer. It’s well for draining large amounts of noodles!
Mix with an electric mixer until a paste-like consistency is achieved.
Then add the 1st cup of milk liquid.
Mix well until the lumps are gone and the flour has been incorporated together along with the milk and butter. You may add another cup of milk when you stir.
While stirring, add the mozzarella grated as well as Parmesan cheese. Continue to whisk until the lumps of mozzarella are also gone. Include the oregano, and stir for five minutes or until the sauce thickens.
Once the sauce has reached the desired creamy texture, you can shut it off and allow it to rest for a while before making the pasta (or whatever noodles you want to cook).
Serve when it’s still hot! Also, sprinkle some parmesan cheese or parsley, along with the salt or pepper you like. Create Pinterest Pin
Alfredo Sauce With Milk (No Heavy Cream)
Alfredo sauce is prepared using whole milk to create White Roux sauce. No heavy cream involved!
- 2 cups of whole milk
- 1 cup wheat meal
- 1 cup butter
- 1 cup of grated mozzarella cheese
- 1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
- 1 tsp oregano dried
- A pinch of white pepper and salt to taste
Set the stove to low, put butter into the pot and stir it around using a spoon until it melts.
Once all the butter has melted and the mixture is sifted, add the flour. If you do not have a strainer, employ the strainer.
Mix with an electric mixer until a paste is created. Add 1 cup of milk in liquid form. Stir until all lumps have disappeared and the flour is incorporated along with dairy and butter. Add the milk from the second cup while stirring.
While stirring add the mozzarella grated as well as Parmesan cheese. Continue to whisk until the cheese lumps are also gone. Sponsored by Yelp Cambria Mortgage Mortgage Brokers LEARN MORE
Stir in the oregano. Continue to stir for five minutes, until the sauce thickens.
Once the sauce has gotten the desired consistency, stop the cooking and let it sit for a while before making the pasta (or any other noodles you like).
Serve it while it’s hot! Also, sprinkle some parmesan cheese, or parsley and add salt and pepper according to your preference.
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