Heat-and-Serve Cheesy Alfredo Sauce

$ 7.49

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Our heat-and-serve Alfredo sauce is a creamy, rich, velvety cashew cream sauce with a dash of organic white wine that brightens the flavor.

Just heat in a saucepan until thick, then combine with fettuccine, or pasta of choice, for an almost-instant Fettuccine Alfredo pasta dish. For an even richer sauce melt a little VeganButter along with the Alfredo sauce and truly indulge!

Miyoko's Alfredo Sauce is ready-to-heat: shake or stir well before using as separation may occur. Place over medium heat and stir a few times to prevent sticking. The sauce will thicken as it heats. Once bubbling and the texture of a rich cream sauce, it is ready to eat! It will thicken more as it cools down. If you are baking a casserole in the oven, there is no need to thicken beforehand, the sauce will thicken as it bakes.

Net Wt: 8 oz.

INGREDIENTS: Organic Cashews, Filtered Water, Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Chickpea Miso (Organic Chickpeas, Organic Rice Koji, Sea Salt, Water, Koji Spores), Organic White Wine, Sea Salt, Nutritional Yeast, Organic Garlic, Cultures

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