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Lactose-free Alfredo Fettuccine

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Lactose-free Alfredo Fettuccine

15 minutes total

  • Easy
  • Lactose-Free

Are you looking for a lactose-free pasta recipe that's quick and easy to make? This lactose-free Alfredo fettuccine recipe is perfect for those who are lactose intolerant but still want to enjoy the classic Italian dish. With just a few simple ingredients and some basic cooking skills, you can create a dish that's both delicious and easy on the stomach.



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Serves 4

1 box Barilla® Fettuccine
4 tablespoons LF butter, high quality
3/4 cup (175g) Parmigiano-Reggiano Cheese, grated


Individuals with allergies or specific dietary concerns should verify that the ingredients they utilize for the recipes comply with their restrictions.


Step 1

Here are 5 easy steps to cook the perfect lactose-free alfredo pasta:

Step 2

Bring a large pot of water to a boil and add salt to taste. This will enhance the flavor of the pasta and help it cook evenly.

Step 3

Cook the Barilla® Fettuccine according to package directions. Be sure to stir the pasta occasionally to prevent it from sticking together.

  • Fettuccine

Step 4

Meanwhile, melt the lactose-free butter in a large bowl by adding ½ cup of the pasta cooking water. This will create a rich and creamy sauce that will coat the pasta perfectly.

  • LF Butter

Step 5

When the pasta is al dente, drain it and toss it with the lactose-free butter sauce. Stir in the grated lactose-free Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese until it's fully melted and blended with the sauce.

  • LF Parmigiano cheese

Step 6

Garnish the dish with some freshly chopped parsley or basil and serve it hot. This lactose-free Alfredo fettuccine recipe is perfect for sharing with friends and family around the table.

Passive cooking

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