Whether it’s leftovers from a homemade feast, containers of take out or dishes from a favorite Italian restaurant, it seems like a shame to throw out a perfectly good serving of fettucine Alfredo. Rather than tossing this creamy, decadent dish in the trash, learn how to reheat fettucine Alfredo.
Things You'll Need
Heat butter or olive oil in a non-stick sauce pan over low heat.
Add the fettucine Alfredo to the pan. Cook for a few minutes on low heat while continuously stirring.
Add a small amount of cream; about one tablespoon for every two cups of pasta. Continue to heat the mixture over low heat. Keep stirring.
Turn off the stove when the Alfredo sauce has thickened. Plate and serve.
References and ResourcesReal Simple; How To Reheat Leftover Pasta; Sara Quessenberry
The Kitchn: What's the Best Way To Reheat Cream Based Pasta Dishes
The Fragrant Hand: Dress Up and Reheat Creamy Pasta Leftovers
Eating Well: Fettucine Alfredo