Then add the sauce, stir and serve. Stir and cook 1 minute. I am about to try this RIGHT NOW! last updated on April 17, 2020 by Christine Pittman, Categories: Busy Weeknights, Easy Entertaining, Most Popular on Pinterest, Tags: butter, garlic, Greek yogurt, parmesan cheese, pasta, white wine. Have a great day! Thank you! Love this! You can have a different soup for dinner every week of the year!!! It also has a lot of protein, which really fills me up. Video by Leigh Olson. Add water and continue to whisk until the sauce has reached the desired consistency. Garnish with shredded Parmesan cheese, if desired. Sorry about the pictures and videos being there. Add chives, dried dill or parsley to make this dip more flavorful. I adore pasta alfredo and I never make it because of all the cream and butter. I don’t know what I did wrong as I followed your instructions. Stir them around for 30 seconds or so to cool them a bit. 5 Healthier, Creamy Yogurt Salad Dressings | RecipeTin Eats with my first from-scratch fettucine! You can substitute apple cider vinegar instead of lime juice. Or you can read on for more information. Homemade Tartar Sauce with Greek Yogurt | Healthy Recipes Blog It’s a healthier twist on the Italian-American classic that's loaded with protein from non-fat Greek yogurt. But I think it could work. Remove from heat and let sit for 2 minutes. If you do have grated and have to go with it, use 1/2 cup. I didn’t have enough Parmesan (2/4 cup ) but it still turned out well. Hi Jessica, I used non-fat Greek yogurt and that’s what was used to calculate the nutritional facts. This Alfredo sauce is going on my list to try soon! Add the still-warm alfredo sauce and stir to coat. Are you able to adjust the link to remove it or to at least offer the option to remove the video when printing? Article and recipe by Christine Pittman. This sounds amazing ! greek yogurt dipping sauce, heakthy dip, yogurt dip. I’m going to re-write the recipe right now a tiny bit to make that clearer. I also added one pound of diced chicken, frozen zucchini, and pad thai noodles because that was what we had. I open google chrome, when you down load the program you will see a “Print Friendly” Icon at the top right of the Google Chrome page, the program is Called “Print Friendly” When you click the Print Friendly button It will allow you to delete off any section of the page, any of the individual parts before printing. Is there any way to print the recipe without including the video portion? Lance, I’m honestly not sure. Tag @cookthestory on Instagram and hashtag it #cookthestory. Then add salt to taste along with a pinch of pepper. You could try keeping the pot at an even lower temperature, or even remove it from the heat while melting in the cheese and then just put it on low for a short time to warm it all through. Yogurt is finicky at higher temperatures and could easily curdle on you. I make this Spaghetti Carbonara with Greek Yogurt all the time. Love what you did with the recipe – and hoping I can make the next blogger trip to the Stonyfield farm! If you drain your noodles and return them to the still very hot cooking pot and then add your Greek yogurt sauce, the heat could cause curdling. https://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/1018230-basic-yogurt-sauce Put the pan over low heat and stir constantly until the Parmesan is mostly melted into the sauce, 3-4 minutes. Disclosure, plain full-fat, can also use greek yogurt. You need to use a food processor or blender to mince the jalapenos well before adding it to the yogurt. Happy healthy cows for the win. This looks wonderful! Your email address will not be published. I had someone working on removing these. And now, I’ve added today’s Greek Yogurt Alfredo Sauce to my line up. Please check your email for a message from me and a link to your FREE ebook. Alfredo sauce goes … You can add a freshly minced garlic clove with the thyme, and onion instead of garlic powder. *Do not use grated Parmesan. Find it on Amazon today for $2.99 and get slurping! In fact, you should be careful about how you add the finished sauce to your noodles for that very reason. You can also subscribe without commenting. Sprinkle with sumac. Bring it to a simmer. YUM! Feta has a very different texture and melts differently than Parmesan does. https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/yogurt-based-sauces-recipe My amazing soup cookbook has over 50 Homemade Soups that are all ready in under 15 minutes. To serve this sauce, cook 14 oz. Hi Jennifer, I’m so sorry about this. I kept the sauce pan on low heat, the sauce was not simmering nor boiling as I continued to mix in the cheese which stayed clumpy for the 4 minutes I mixed it as per your directions. Have you ever tried freezing this sauce and using it later? The more concentrated the yogurt is, the more protein it contains, which is why Greek yogurt is such a great source of protein. Replies to my comments Put the pan on low heat, stirring until the Parmesan has been incorporated in, but don’t let it reach a simmer. Hello, this looks great and am excited to give it a try. NOTE: COOKtheSTORY may receive a commission on purchases made through Amazon or other affiliate links. This recipe is quite similar to the Greek yogurt dip that uses jalapeños or dill with the bites of garlic and onions. I don’t think I’ll make alfredo any other way again. It’s so thick and creamy while being low in fat. Here on COOKtheSTORY, Cookbook author Christine Pittman gives you a glimpse into her real life of quick and easy, healthy, homemade cooking. Add garlic powder, onion powder, and thyme to the yogurt. Whisk all the ingredients together until they become creamy. Place yogurt, tahini, lemon juice, garlic, cumin, and salt in a small bowl; whisk until combined. Add the garlic. Note that if something goes wrong and it does curdle, no worries. Amy, Wow! Incredible that the vet bill was only $200 a year, that’s crazy! https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/yogurt-garlic-sauce-105243 Looks delish and worth a splurge verses the real fatty type Alfredo sauce….and as far as the liquid….for sure the white wine! Your email address will not be published. Then add the required amount of salt along with a pinch of pepper. I’m a big fan of Alfredo and definitely for organic farming over the industrial kind. The facts do not include the pasta, just the sauce. So happy you liked it! Thanks for sharing another amazing recipe!! Still cheesy and luscious, you won’t be missing … Add olive oil and lime juice. I made this tonight and while I loved the flavor, the cheese curdled. See COOK the STORY's nutrition and recipe disclaimers. Don't subscribe This yogurt dip is very versatile. Love this! A, when I tested the recipe, I shredded one cup and then weighed it. Here’s a video showing how to make the yogurt alfredo. Thanks for the recipe – I made this and it was really tasty! Heating dairy products can be tricky. Required fields are marked *. I think it will taste perfectly fine but it might separate and/or it could curdle when you heat it. Not sure what happened. Thanks so much! Are the nutritional facts for just the sauce or the sauce served with 14oz of pasta? This Greek yogurt pasta sauce is the perfect solution. To serve this sauce, cook 14 oz. It’s perfectly safe to eat. Amber, I’m not sure how it would work out. pasta according to package directions. And it’ll still be tasty too, just kind of clumpy as though you added garlicky Parmesan-flavored ricotta to your noodles instead of sauce.

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