Balsamic Steak Fettuccine Alfredo
Get your favorite cut of steak for grilling.
Spice it as you normally would. We use garlic powder, salt, pepper, and a little Lawry's seasoning. Then cover with a balsamic cream, like Emiliani Balsamic Cream. If you can't find a balsamic cream I'm sure balsamic vinegar would work just fine. Season both sides and grill.
While your steak is on the grill make your alfredo sauce. This is my go to recipe. Delicious! If you have not made sauces before it is very easy, thicken your sauce to a little thinner than you would like. The sauce will continue to thicken slightly once it has been taken off heat.
I like a little kick in my alfredo sauce so I added some cayenne and black pepper. I prefer white pepper because the black pepper looks like little bugs in the sauce, but we were out of white pepper and this is what we had.
Boil & drain your fettuccine noodles. Rinse with cold water to keep the noodles from sticking together. The alfredo sauce recipe I use is perfect for half a box (8 oz?) of noodles.
Pull your steak off the grill when it has reached your preferred done-ness.
Toss the sauce in with the noodles and reheat if your sauce sat for a few minutes.
Cut up your steak into bite size pieces. Add to the pasta. Drizzle with more balsamic cream & top with parmesan, or other italian cheeses.
Enjoy with a delicious salad!
We have made this meal twice now & both times it has come out so wonderful! If you try this recipe I'd love to hear how it goes for you. :)
*When I create my own recipes I do not measure. I use a little of this and a little of that. I taste often as I cook to make sure I have the right balance.