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I have to throw the BS flag on this one. If the restaurant was worth anything, there's no way the sauce you made tasted as good. Theirs was fresh, yours was this:MODIFIED CORN STARCH, BUTTER [CREAM (MILK), SALT], NONFAT DRY MILK, WHEY (MILK), PARMESAN AND ROMANO CHEESES (CULTURED PART-SKIM COW'S MILK, SALT, ENZYMES), MALTODEXTRIN, SALT, WHEY PROTEIN CONCENTRATE (MILK), BUTTERMILK POWDER, GARLIC, SPICES, ONION, AND CITRIC ACID.For crying out loud, you used powdered milk. That stuff is crap. At the very least, make real alfredo from scratch before complaining. Try this, for instance:http://www.wikihow.com/Make-Homemade-Alfredo-SauceAnd, if you can't take that cost for pasta, you should stay home. That's a reasonable cost where I live for that meal.
The lesson here?If you don't see the price, ask, or you probably can't afford it.
The lesson here?
I read prior too, the secret to great tasting pasta is to salt the water to the right proportion.
You agreed to a purchase without knowing the price???
This is just me, but if I didn’t drink milk the LAST thing in the world I would eat is an Alfredo sauce.
There is no reason to assume they didn't use a pre-made spice mix ( they usually buy bulk )
2 cups (6 oz) shredded Parmesan cheese ($4.00 - this actual Parmigiano Reggiano.
I cook it in water as salty as the ocean...
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