This is the last of our easy to make at home truffle recipes for 2014. I wanted to end on another high note by sharing a favorite standby recipe, all truffled up. I always have some pasta in the pantry as well as some cream, butter, and parmesan in the refrigerator for impromptu meals. You never know when guests may arrive and you want to serve them something wonderful. Or maybe you are tired after a long day or a business trip, and your soul needs some comfort food. Alfredo sauce is one of the recipes that makes any pasta seem elegant, and when you add white truffle cream as well as a sprinkle of fresh truffles it definitely has been taken to higher levels. I cannot wait for one of you to win this holiday give away, and to try this recipe for Truffle Alfredo Sauce.
We have really been enjoying the white truffle cream, as it goes well with not only pasta and alfredo sauce but it is greatly mixed in with eggs, as well as mashed potatoes. I am sure you have some great ideas as well for using the white truffle cream from Gourmet Attitude.
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Truffle Alfredo Sauce
1/2 stick unsalted butter
1 cup heavy cream
2 teaspoons white truffle cream
5 ounces grated parmesan
1 pound fettuccine
black truffle shavings ** optional for garnish
Place a large pot of water on the stove, and had a tablespoon kosher salt. Bring to a boil.
Cook the pasta according to the directions on the package. I undercook by 1 minute.
While the pasta is cooking, bring the cream and the butter to a boil.
Remove from the heat and whisk in the parmesan cheese and the truffle creme. Season to taste with salt. Set aside.
Drain the pasta, and lightly toss with some olive oil in a large serving dish.
Mix in the truffle sauce.
Shave thin slices of fresh truffle over the top of the pasta if you are using.
Disclaimer Gourmet Attitude supplied us with truffle products to create this pairing but did not require us to write about it. This write-up and all opinions belong to us.