I've always loved my sauces. Sauces and dips and anything that is full of flavor. Many years ago, when I would order "Fettucine Alfredo", I'd ask for extra sauce... the noodles weren't pleasing enough, had to have lotsa' sauce!
Now, I can ladle on as much sauce as I want with this new "Fit-tucine Alfredo" sauce. I'm creating two versions, one using (some) soy, and the other soy-free. And while this isn't altogether 'low-fat', it IS of course no-saturated fat, and no-cholesterol.
When I've served it recently, I've topped it with my "Tamari Roasted Chickpeas" from ed&bv, and that has been spectacular! I have another topping planned for the 'fit-tucine', but haven't finalized it quite yet. I think I have the soy version of this fit-tucine nailed down, so I hope to finish the soy-free version soon and share them with you.
Here, I also served it with whole-grain rotini noodles instead of fettucine (cause I'm not a stickler for pasta rules), along with salad (not pictured) and broiled asparagus. This is my fave way to eat asparagus (apart from grilling), and it can be prepared just like the "Lemon-Broiled Green Beans" in ed&bv (see sidebar in the recipe).
You're gonna be ladling on extras of this sauce too... as our daughter said, giggling, during supper "whoa, mom, you really do love sauce"!