Dishes that go well with homemade Alfredo sauce include chicken or shrimp fettuccini, tortellini primavera, basil chicken with Alfredo sauce, and Alfredo-topped baked potatoes. Unconventional dishes such as cauliflower gratin and grilled pizza also complement homemade Alfredo sauce.
Heartier dishes such as chicken or shrimp fettuccini, potatoes au gratin, cauliflower and squash gratin, tortellini primavera and grilled pizza go well with homemade Alfredo sauce. Alfredo sauce can also serve as a side dipping sauce for Parmesan garlic bread, crackers, chicken with basil, shrimp, or beef. It adds a nice taste and texture to loaded baked potatoes, tater tots and spinach artichoke dip as well. Lower-calorie, vegan and spicy Cajun versions of Alfredo sauce expand the usefulness of this sauce.
Alfredo sauce also goes well with some lighter dishes such as seafood platters or baked vegetables, particularly zucchini, sun-dried tomatoes, squash, artichokes and cauliflower. It adds a lot of flavor to Swedish meatballs, macaroni and cheese, chicken pot pie and any type of ravioli. Another popular noodle dish that goes perfectly with Alfredo sauce is stuffed shells filled with different types of cheeses, meats or vegetables. Although Alfredo sauce is very versatile, it is most commonly associated with traditional Italian noodle entrées.