Learn how to make the Alfredo Sauce just like the Olive Garden.
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Stephanie Manley: Have you ever wanted to know how to make Olive Garden’s
Alfredo sauce? I’m going to show you how to make a recipe for Olive Garden
Alfredo sauce at home, in your own kitchen.

My name is Stephanie Manley, and I’ve been making copycat recipes on the
internet for over 15 years. I’m going to show you how to make a copycat
recipe for the Olive Garden Alfredo sauce, and when you’re done with this,
no-one’s going to know it didn’t come from the Olive Garden.

For the Olive Garden Alfredo sauce, you’re going to need the following
ingredients. You’re going to need one pint of heavy cream, don’t use Half
and Half. Don’t use milk. It won’t come out the same. You’re going to need
¼ pound of butter. You’re going to need between a ½ – ¾ cup of grated
parmesan cheese. Go ahead and grate that yourself. Don’t buy the pre-grated
parmesan cheese, because it won’t melt as well, and you’re going to need
about a teaspoon of garlic powder.

Let’s get cooking, so we’re going to start with a ¼ pound of butter. We’re
just going to put that in the pan and let it melt. This sauce comes
together very quickly so it’s a great recipe to make for during the week.
Then we’re going to add one pint of heavy cream. We’re going to heat this
until it gets nice and bubbly.

I usually heat my stove on a medium-high heat. I don’t it all the way up
high because I don’t want it to scorch, but I do want to get it to where it
simmers, maybe like a soft, rolling boil because this is going to make my
cheese melt very quickly. This is bubbling just perfectly when you see
these nice, soft bubbles right here.

So now I’m going to add my parmesan cheese. Some people like a little bit
of white pepper to their Alfredo sauce or even a little bit of nutmeg, goes
very well in Alfredo sauce. So I’ve added my parmesan cheese, now I’m going
to add my garlic powder for just a little extra flavor. So now we’re just
going to stir, until the cheese is completely melted and our Alfredo sauce
will be ready.

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