Tomato Alfredo Pasta
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 20 min.
I made this for dinner the other night. It was too heavy for me but did have good flavor. I did add some Italian seasoning, dehydrated onion, and garlic to the recipe to enhance the flavor as some of the other reviewers suggested below. When I make it again I might try with skim milk or fat free half and half.
This recipe has some great base components but could be improved on if you added your own spices to really enhance the flavor. The way I made it, you could feed 3 people.What i changed:Used tri-color rotini (about 12 oz)1 can of fire-roasted tomatoes (which took a bit longer than 5 mins to boil off the water)1 cup whipping cream1/2 cup Parmesan1/2 red onion2 tsp dried basil2 tsp garlic powder1/2 tsp saltpepper to taste1.5 tbsp flour to thicken slightly at the endThe only difference in the way to cook this would be to saute the onions until they are translucent. Add your canned tomatoes and spices into the same pan. I also added the whipping cream and the Parmesan once most of the water was boiled off and after about 4 minutes I mixed in the flour.My mom and I ate this entire portion and it tasted GREAT! Perfect amount of tomato taste to the original taste of Alfredo and it really packed lots of flavor. I'm definitely gonna make this again.
My boyfriend and I just made this together. We sauteed some sliced mushrooms and garlic in butter and added them to the sauce. It was absolutely delicious, and quite easy to make!
This recipe was so quick and delicious. My husband walked in to the kitchen to find out what smelt so good while it was cooking.