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I went to go make sure that i had all of the ingredients for my pasta dish tonight and lo and behold i discovered that my whipping cream that i picked up had Carageenan in it. Now, some of you may remember my spaz with the chocolate ice cream a while back and i singled out that as one of the possible issues. Oh dear.

I'm also out of milk. Fun fun right?

Any ideas on what type of sauce i could make with butter and parmasan? I also have chedder and mozzerella cheeses too.

I was thinking of combinding the butter with the mozz and adding the parm in there was well. I'd have to either use olive oil or water to loosen it a bit.

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How about mayo and mustard? Might work ok.

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Butter, olive oil, garlic and parmesan. All you need. :)

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We toss pasta with butter, fresh garlic, parmesan and salt regularly. Yummy!

Edited - Mushroom beat me to it :)

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Try 2 eggs scrambled with your parmesan.

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The original 'alfredo' was just buttered noodles with parm or other hard cheese. Try boiling the noodles in way less water, and don't drain them, like hamburger helper, and once they're done add butter and cheese. Very creamy. I do that with hot dogs and broccoli and cheddar for lazy mac n cheese, if you do butter then parm it will be much closer to 'alfredo'.

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