My attempt at Skinny Alfredo sauce over pasta with Chicken Sausage…

A few nights ago I stumbled up on this recipe: Hungry Hannah’s Skinny Alfredo Sauce on top Emily’s Chicken Sausage and Kale Pasta

I decided to try it. Now, I HATE all kinds of sausage so this was a bit more daring for me to try than for most people. I mostly did it for my boyfriend lol

I did do it a bit differently than the recipe says….

I DID buy a Shallot at Price Chopper the day I made this recipe, but when I went to cut in to it…it was completely rotten. Normally I would have gone back to Price Chopper and knocked some bitches out because it is entirely their fault I received a rotten Shallot (Sarcasm), but I didn’t feel like driving for a mere .99 cents. So…I used a white Onion.

I’m also not partial to Kale…not a sea weed fan so I just didn’t even put any in it. KALE

I didn’t use fresh Parmesan. I used the loose, shaky, pizza topping kind. I do not recommend using that. Get the shredded stuff. I only used it because that’s what I had.

I also added a sprinkle of garlic powder in addition to minced. I think it adds to it…you may not feel this way. If you do put too much Garlic powder…add sugar. It will cut back on the bite of the Garlic.

I used the same brand of Chicken Sausage…In CT that seems to be the only brand you can get here anyway. I used Light Italian the first time I made it. Good, but kinda meh. The second time I made this I used the Roasted Garlic flavor and OMFG! BEST THING I HAVE EVER PUT IN MY MOUTH…EVAR!! And that’s coming from someone who hates sausage.

So, over all, myself and my boyfriend have decided this is spectacular enough to go in our rolling menu. (Rolling menu is a collection of recipes I make frequently)

My version of Skinny Alfredo Sauce over Emily’s Chicken Sausage and Kale Pasta

Well, that’s that. I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as I did. I plan on making it again really soon. That’s how yummy it is. Let me know how you like it and what changes you made.

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