Alfredo Sauce Calories & Nutrition Values

Alfredo sauce make everything irresistible. It is called alfredo sauce but is used for many other recipes as well. It contains more than 11 percent protein. Alfredo sauce (100g) 3.5 oz of it, has 361 calories (310 calories from fat). Although Alfredo sauce is not used by itself, but it's good to know that it contains good amount of vitamin A and calcium. It contains 24 percent vitamin A and 35 percent Calcium. To add to our knowledge, you should know that it is bit high in saturated fat and cholesterol. People with high cholesterol should avoid this sauce (Alone), but when combined with other food and recipes, the percentage of it drops significantly. 100g of alfredo sauce contains 34.5g total fat, 21.7g saturated fat but has no trans fat. 3.5 oz (100g) of alfredo sauce has 374mg sodium, 67mg potassium and 3.3g total carbohydrates.

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Chicken Carbonara

2 lbs (907g) Boneless Chicken Breast 8 oz (227g) Mushrooms 16 oz (453g) Alfredo Sauce 1 Tbsp Vegetable Oil Swiss Cheese Mozzarella Cheese French Roll Bread Salt, Black Pepper, Oregano PREPARATIONS: 1- Cut the chicken breast to smaller size. 2- Slice the mushrooms. 3- Preheat a grill pan. DIRECTIONS: 1- Add as much as salt and pepper you'd prefer (Approx. 1 - 3 Tsp) to sliced chicken breast. 2- Stir in oregano (Approx. 1 Tbsp). 3- Grill the chicken breast on a well heated grill pan. 4- Remove the chicken breast and allow to cool down. 5- Dice the grilled chicken breast. 6- Fry sliced mushrooms in vegetable oil until dark in color. 7- Stir in alfredo sauce and continue simmering over low heat for about 5 minutes. 8- Slice open a flour or wheat french roll bread. 9- Fill with few slices of swiss cheese and mozzarella cheese (as preferred). 10- Toast or broil the french roll over medium heat until cheeses are melted. 11- Fill up the bread with the chicken mixture (filling).

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"Beef Abgoosht" Dizi

  • 3 lbs (1360 g) Beef Shank
  • 1 Can 15 oz (425 g) Chickpeas
  • 1 Can 15 oz (425 g) White Beans
  • 3 Garlic Cloves
  • 1 Large Onion
  • 5 Dried Limes
  • 2 Bunches Cilantro
  • 5 Small Potatoes
  • 5 Small Tomatoes
  • 1-2 tbsp Savory
  • Turmeric, Black Pepper Powder, Salt

1- Mince the Cilantro.
2- Soak the dried limes for 10 minutes.


1- Place the beef shank/s in a pot. Add water (boiling water) until covers the beef.
2- Bring the water to a boil.
3- Remove the foam using a spoon, , continue removing the foam until clear and no foam is produced.
4- Add the garlic cloves to the pot, chop the onion in 4 pieces and add to the pot.
5- Cover the pot with a lid, simmer for 2 hours over medium heat until the beef is cooked (Add more water if needed).
6- Add small potatoes to the pot, cover it with a lid and continue simmering for 30 more minutes over low heat.
7- Add a can of chickpeas, white beans, 5 small tomatoes, minced cilantro, savory, turmeric, black pepper powder and salt.
8- Poke the soaked dried limes with a knife and add to the pot. Add boiling water and stir thoroughly.
9- Cover the pot with a lid, leave a crack to allow the steam to scape.
10- Simmer for 45 minutes over medium heat.

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