Non acidic sauce for pasta chicken etc

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Hi I reluctantly looked again at my copy of the low acid cookbook but still don't like the recipes and there are so many ingredients to buy.  As pensioners we do have to keep to a food budget.  Can anyone give me a recipe for a non acidic sauce for pasta,rice chicken etc.  Can you send me a private message if you have a a recipe you are succesfully using.  It would be good if there was an british recipe book for LPR.  Forgot to mention nothing with fish as I don't like it.  Thanks.

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    Hi, you could try a coconut based sauce (thai) or pesto without tomatoes smile I also use mayonaisse blended with fresh herbs and heated gently, and of course good old gravy; and stock cubes to make a risotto with rice. x
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      Thank your for your ideas, much appreciated.  I might try a risotto have had it in the past before all this in a restuarant but never tried it at home as husband is not keen.  Best wishes to you.
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      Thanks I assume you could use the very light cream cheese.  I will also pass this on to my daughter who is dieting and loves carbonara.  
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      Yes light is fine just add eve cooked bacon or Ham to cooked pasta and stir in cream cheese and beaten egg and litaof black pepper and Parmesan if you likesmile
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