Noodles Romano Recipe




1/4 cup butter softened
2 tablespoon fresh chopped parsley
1 tablespoon fresh chopped basil
1- 8oz package cream cheese
salt, pepper to taste
dash of red pepper flakes
2/3 cup boiling chicken broth
1/2 pound 8 oz of fettucine noodles or use your favorite pasta
 optional:
1 lb of fresh baby bella mushrooms cleaned (to get all the particles out, I usually boil in water around 3 to 4 minutes) and  then sautee' in butter and add garlic powder or fresh garlic minced
1 clove minced garlic
1/4 cup butter
3/4 cup Romano cheese grated or shredded

Cream cheese sauce:
Combine 1/4 cup butter, parsley, basil and blend in cream cheese. Stir in seasonings to taste. Add chicken broth, mix well if using mushrooms add now,  and keep warm.

Cook noodles seperate in salted water, drain.

In another pan, Saute garlic in butter 2 minutes. Pour over noodles and toss. Sprinkle with  1/2 the grating cheese, spoon warm cream sauce over the top, garnish with more grating cheese and additonal parsley if desired.

21 comments:

  1. What a tasty pasta dish! Very very good :) Bye, have a great week end

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  2. This looks terrific and I really like the ingredient list! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Yum yum! That pasta looks delicious. I haven't tried eating pasta with dried mushrooms on it. But I'll try. Thank for sharing this delicious post. :)

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  4. I love your pasta recepies.They are always full of new ideas:)

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  5. Claudia, I do like a creamy mushroom pasta and glad you posted an easy to make one, sounds so good... hey, don't forget to vote, today is the last day....

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  6. I love fettucine, spaghetti, linguine, angel hair in any kind of sauce!! The cream cheese sounds great :)

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  7. Yum, plenty of cheese. I don't eat enough pasta. Something I should really change.

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  8. My 'Nonno' on my Mom's side had introduced me to Pecorino Romano cheese. He wanted nothing to do with parmeggiano...can you imagine?

    Anyhow, I grew to love this cheese. Your pasta dish sounds incredibly appetizing Claudia ;o)

    Hope everything is back to a little more normal for your family.
    Have a very pleasant weekend.
    Ciao,
    Claudia

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  9. Great recipe - I like any kind of creamy pasta recipe so this looks perfect!

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  10. This sounds really good! I love mushrooms.

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  11. What a great recipe. Looks so delicious. The flavors sound amazing.

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  12. This is a dish my son would just love. He loves a nice creamy fettuccine. Have a very blessed and beautiful weekend. Catherine xo

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  13. Now this sounds amazing. I can taste the creaminess of the butter and cream cheese and with those mushrooms, this has to be incredible. I could eat it right now. YUM!

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  14. Dear Claudia, Thank you for such a kind comment. I would love that someday we could share in the fun of cooking a beautiful dinner together and feast!!! Blessings my dear friend. Catherine xo

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  15. Hi Cludia,

    Love the creamy noodles. Need to send my youngest over to taste test for you, he's a noodle fan to the most high!

    Hope things are improving for your brother and your boys!

    Big hug!!!

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  16. I do not have many recipes using this type of noodle, so I am glad you posted this. I do need more variety. Creamy mushrooms and noodles-whats not to like.

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  17. Yummy Yummy! I have a similar recipe at home but it doesnt have a name. I call it, "How can I make this pasta dish the creamiest and fattest meal around?" LOL I love cream cheese and butter in anything. Thanks for the post.
    Crystal
    Memphis, TN

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  18. How creamy and delicious, Claudia! Lovely pasta~

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  19. This sounds soooooooooooo good. I have to try it while I still have some fresh herbs.

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  20. What decadent noodles Claudia! I love the cream cheese in them!

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  21. flavourful combination looks delicious

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