I love alfredo sauce but it’s so rich, it doesn’t always agree with me. So when I was making pasta the other night, I decided to cut my store-bought alfredo with something else, and tossed in a can of Aylmer Accents stewed tomatoes. It was really good—in that slaving over a hot stove all day way. Which was great, considering it took almost no time at all.
4 cups dried pasta (I like penne or rotini, but use what you like)
1 small jar or half of one large jar alfredo sauce
1 can Aylmer Accents Spicy Red Pepper stewed tomatoes
Cook pasta according to directions. Pour into a colander and while it’s draining add the alfredo sauce and stewed tomatoes to the pot you used to cook the pasta. Heat on low, then add the pasta back in.
If your kids are old enough to use a stove, they can certainly make this.
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