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Creamy Fettuccine with Brussels Sprouts & Mushrooms

September/October 2009

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Sliced Brussels sprouts and mushrooms cook quickly and cling to the pasta in our fall version of pasta primavera. Look for presliced mushrooms to cut prep time. Serve with a tossed salad.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Made this last night for dinner and couldn't wait to have it for lunch today! I'd also recommend lots more black pepper. Also, usually when I cook with mushrooms, I add a few dried mushrooms to the pan to really give it a strong mushroom...
Creamy Fettuccine with Brussels Sprouts & Mushrooms Recipe

31 Reviews for Creamy Fettuccine with Brussels Sprouts & Mushrooms

06/25/2013
Sauce was odd

My sauce turned out weird and separated. Sauce was bland too, even though I added onion, some other herbs, and extra garlic. Smelled great but didn't translate into flavor.

low cal
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14 comments

Michelle_373 wrote 27 weeks 5 days ago

Your sauce "broke." Probably

Your sauce "broke." Probably from too high of a temperature.

11/15/2012
Anonymous
Loved it!

I loved this recipe, I used white wine I had to finish instead of sherry and it turned out great I could really taste the flavour, it had a good sauce. I also used parm instead of asiago. I might add more mushrooms or a variety next time I just had normal white ones on hand

lots of great flavour
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11/12/2012
Anonymous
So healthy and good!!

Made this for myself and my boyfriend and we both loved it!! big serving for 400 calories =) didn't use mushrooms and was still great. will definitely make this again!

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10/03/2012
Anonymous
Used Boxed Noodle Mix for FAST Cooking

I used boxed Alfredo Mix. First, cooked mushrooms in butter/olive oil in skillet. Used a steamer bag of mini Brussel Sprouts (microwaved). Cooked Noodle mix according to box directions and with the last 5minutes, added mushroms drained and 1/2 bag of sprouts. SO fast, easy and good! Didn't use sherry and used parmesian cheese and fresh pepper to finish

Tastey, easy,
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04/10/2012
Anonymous
Great! Healthy! Needs MORE SEASONING

This is a great fun recipe however, in my opinion, it needs several changes. Here are my recommendations. Lightly Glaze/caramelize the brussels sprouts with butter first. Sautee Mushrooms w/ olive oil as directed. Flour is not necessary to add to the milk. The amount of cheese thickens it so much that I had to add MORE milk to thin it. I would use Parmigiano reggiano cheese instead of asiago. This is a great recipe with potential but there is not any depth to the flavor. I followed one of the reviewers advice and added oregano and basil which helped. I also added a touch of nutmeg, white pepper, and red pepper flakes along with more salt and pepper than recipe calls for. I haven't figured out the correct spices to add but maybe someone else will and can post it. :-) Thanks for the recipe! ps, would be good over fresh gnocchi to separate the texture of the pasta from the mushrooms.

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