Due garden Alfredo sauce

 This Due garden Alfredo sauce is thick creamy & deliciously 

addictive & will please everyone from pasta lovers to those low

 carb or keto diets. With two cheeses to mix up the flavor, this 

Alfredo sauce is one of the quickest & tastiest sauce recipes 

you will ever taste!

This recipe is better than original olive garden Alfredo sauce 

recipe and also better than olive garden Alfredo sauce.


Due garden Alfredo sauce

Now I am going to show you guys the exact steps and 

ingredients to make this Alfredo sauce recipe.


Required ingredients:


  • Butter (1/2 cup 113g)

  • Heavy cream (2 cups 500 mls)

  • Garlic minced (3 tsp)

  • Parmesan cheese (2 cups 130g)

  • Asiago cheese (1.5 cup 100g)

  • Salt (according to taste)

  • Pepper (according to taste)


Steps for preparation:

Due garden Alfredo sauce preparation:


Original olive garden Alfredo sauce recipe

Store bought Alfredo sauce recipe

Olive garden pasta recipes

  • Take a large skillet and put butter in it and apply medium heat till it melts also add garlic to it while heating.

  • Now take heavy cream and warm till it starts simmering for about 2-3 minutes.

  • Now take Asiago cheese and grated Parmesan cheese & heat it until the sauced starts bubbling over a medium heat, stir it well.

  • Now for final touch add salt and pepper & serve right away over pasta, or any other low carb noodles of choice.

  • Now it’s for serving but what to serve with. I will give you two of my best tried options. Pick according to your desire.


Serving Due garden Alfredo sauce:

Serving with Pasta noodles:

Wondering to serve with pasta noodles then it is wise to start

 cooking them first so that it’s drained, hot & prepared to serve 

as soon as sauce begins to thicken up.


Classic Alfredo sauce

Serving with Zucchini Noodles or Zoodles:

  • Take zucchini of about 7-8 inches size. It would take about 4 cups, and spiralize it.

  • Now turn the zucchini noodles into appropriate lengths for eating.

  • Put zoodles in microwave oven and cook them for about 2 minutes. Or you can cook them for 30 sec bursts to avoid over cooking as you want them just cooked not soggy.

  • Extract any water and put them on kitchen paper to dry & absorb more water. It is a very important step so don’t forget it because if you fail to remove excess water then that water will dilute your Alfredo sauce, so don’t skip this step.


That’s the end of the recipe, I hope you like it and make sure 

to share this recipe with your friends and family. Thanks!

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