Fettuccine Alfredo is a classic Italian dish and a popular restaurant offering. Now you can recreate Olive Gardens famous version with this restaurant copycat recipe.
“I would love to find a really great Alfredo recipe, and to be honest, I’m still looking. What I do like about this recipe is that the taste is pretty good, but unlike most Alfredo sauces, this one does not separate when reheated, making leftovers possible. A very important consideration for a single person.” – April Ferre
“I had a craving for Kentucky Fried Chicken one night. I bought the meal deal and it lasted the week. My craving for the cole slaw lasted a bit longer. The internet is a wonderful thing. I found the recipe online and saved a few bucks making by it myself.” – April Ferre
“So you go to Red Lobster craving seafood, in my case, their wonderfully garlicky shrimp scampi. You order, and then they bring those warm buttery biscuits. By the time your shrimp comes, you are too full to eat more than a couple bites because you scarfed down those darn biscuits. Well, now you can make them at home and better control yourself the next time you go out for seafood. This was another recipe I got while in Mrs. Jones’ Culinary Delights class in the 8th grade.” – April Ferre
“I have tried an failed twice now to make a decent Bloomin’ Onion at home. I think it must be the small fryer and trying to use standard-sized onions. But I was able to come up with a variation of the dipping sauce that is really tasty, and would go great with onion rings or as an alternative for dipping fresh vegetables. I toned down the spice a bit from the original recipe, but feel free to adjust the horseradish and Tabasco to taste.” – April Ferre