Goat Cheese Rigatoni Alfredo #SundaySupper

Goat Cheese Rigatoni AlfredoThe Sunday Supper team has a challenge this week.  Meals in Five Ingredients or Less.  Could we do it?  I have to admit, when our host Amber from Mama’s Blissful Bites first brought it up, I wasn’t sure how easy it would be to come up with good dishes with five ingredients or less.  This is a challenge every busy mom faces.  I thought about how much my kids love my Goat Cheese Alfredo Sauce over Rigatoni. It is one of the simplest and easiest dinner that I put together but Goat Cheese Alfredo Sauce is requested time and time again.

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I love to make Goat Cheese Rigatoni Alfredo because it is so easy and versatile.  It is perfect for a Sunday Supper side dish paired with London Broil, Chicken and Veggies.  It is also one of our favorite Weekday Suppers.  We add peas, broccoli, leftover diced chicken or salmon.  The combinations are endless and it is a great way to have dinner on the table and the kids out the door to practice.

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Goat Cheese Rigatoni Alfredo #SundaySupper
Goat Cheese Rigatoni Alfredo is one of our family favorites. Many times used as a side dish for Sunday Supper and a main dish for Weekday Supper
Recipe type: #SundaySupper, #WeekdaySupper
Serves: 4 as a main dish, 6 as a side dish
  • ½ stick of Butter
  • 2 Garlic Cloves minced
  • 2½ cups of Half-and-Half
  • 8 oz Goat Cheese
  • 16 ounce package of Rigatoni cooked al dente
  • Salt and Pepper to Taste
  1. Melt the Butter in a large saucepan
  2. Add the minced Garlic and saute until lightly browned
  3. Slowly stir in the Half-and-Half while stirring constantly
  4. Add the Goat Cheese in small amounts and stir until creamy and smooth
  5. Add the cooked Rigatoni and simmer on low for five minutes

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  1. says

    Even though I have not try goat cheese before, from the picture I can see it’s blend well with your rigatoni, must be yummy! Thank you for sharing with us, Isabel. Have a great Sunday!

  2. says

    Mmmmm…which a rich and delicious side. A fantastic twist on a classic :) I am in awe of all the amazing 5 ingredient or less dishes this week!

  3. says

    Love the use of goat cheese & garlic in this recipe. Been using goat cheese a lot more these days & this looks like a simple easy healthy dish to fix. Thanks for sharing Isabel. Looks yummy !

  4. says

    Okay…now I have to go back to the grocery store to get some goat cheese because I want to make this dish this week. My husband and I both LOVE goat cheese. I never thought to make alfredo with it. Awesome Isabel.

  5. says

    This dish looks fabulous. I love Rigatoni so much I could eat it daily – pasta is my ultimate comfort food, as well as my go-to when I need a quick week night meal.
    This is getting filed into our upcoming menu plans because it sounds delicious, easy and seems like the perfect 5 ingredient meal!
    Thank you for such a great recipe!

  6. says

    Oh I never would have thought to use goat cheese in Alfredo! I’ve done cream cheese before. I have flavored goat cheese in the fridge (garlic and herb I think?) so that would make this even more spectacular.

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