It’s been awhile since I posted a recipe. That’s because these days, I’ve been relying on quick and easy recipes to make – like slow-cooker dishes and whip-something-up-in-15-minute-meals. When you’re always on the go or busy with work, it’s hard to find the time to cook. But this Classic Fettuccine Alfredo recipe I’m sharing with you is something that you can squeeze in – just in time to save everyone from being hANGRY (guilty, lol).
Pasta dishes, whether meat sauce or white sauce, have become a tradition in the family. Growing up as a kid, I always request from my Mom to cook her pasta dishes. And now, I’m following my mother’s footsteps, as she passed down her pasta recipes to me.
You can say that we are big pasta lovers that it’s always a part of our menu every other week, if not every week. Mind you, the husband requests we have spaghetti each week – or at least alternate red and white sauce pastas. So it has become my goal to look for tried and tested easy pasta dishes that I can add to my mother’s recipes. So I can contribute to the pasta recipes that we’ll be passing on to our future generations – just like Ragu founder, Assunta Cantisano, who turned her authentic Italian blend into a true American sensation.
I’m pretty glad to have tried Ragu Classic Alfredo for that classic Fettuccine recipe we love. It’s super easy to prepare – takes only 15 minutes to cook and you don’t even have to be infront of the stove the whole time. Sounds like your kind of dish to cook? Then try the recipe below. I am also linking other Ragu pasta dishes from fellow bloggers that you should try out!
Also try these other Ragu dishes inspired by Ragu founder Assunta Cantisano.
7 Pasta Dishes #SimmeredinTradition with Ragu
(Top to Bottom, Left to Right)
- Classic Fettuccine Alfredo – recipe below
- Ravioli Lasagna via Life Currents
- Homemade Meatballs via Love of Home
- Mouthwatering Parmesan Meatballs via Creative Me Inspired You
- Chicken Parmesan via Simply Sinova
- Vegetarian Baked Ziti via Re-Solve
- Lentil-stuffed Red Cabbage Rolls via Stacey Homemaker
So what traditions will you be passing down to your kids? Any family recipe you care to share? See more of Ragu’s traditions here and discover other recipes to try.