We’re sharing our easy holiday Fettuccine Alfredo Recipe today. With only a handful of ingredients, this decadent pasta dish is a timeless treat that your family will love.
Every year we have certain holiday movies that we can’t wait to watch once the weather turns cold.
The Christmas Story is a classic we always enjoy as a family the week before Christmas. Then Lt. Dan and I like to watch Love Actually on winter nights once the kids are in bed. But my personal favorite is The Holiday with Kate Winslet and Cameron Diaz.
There’s a scene in The Holiday where Iris (Kate Winslet) and Miles (Jack Black) are comparing the low moment of their twisted romantic relationships, and after hearing just how torn up the other person is feeling, they decide to make “Christmas Fettuccine” to lighten the mood.
Every time I watch this scene, instead of pondering the lesson of not getting stuck in unhealthy manipulative relationships… all I can think about is fettuccine alfredo.
Does this happen to anyone else?
Because really… Although their are many ways to prepare fettuccine, Fettuccine Alfredo is that end-all comfort dish we only allow ourselves to enjoy on rare occasions. Like Christmas.
I’m not exactly sure how Fettuccine Alfredo became popular as a Christmas Eve or Christmas Day dish, but I’d guess it has to do with how quick it is to make and how lavish it tastes.
Today I’m sharing my version of classic Fettuccine Alfredo, made with just a few quality ingredients: gorgeous strands of DeLallo Fettuccine Egg Pasta, cream, garlic, parmesan cheese, and a little lemon zest and nutmeg for extra flavor. I also like to add a pinch of crushed red pepper to my alfredo sauce for a bit of kick!
Truly, there is no easier pasta dish to prepare than Fettuccine Alfredo.
You simply drop the pasta in boiling water, then make a quick cream and cheese sauce in a separate skillet, that comes together in the time it takes to cook the pasta.
This will be a Christmas Eve to remember!
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