The solidification behavior of bulk undercooled Ni50Cu50 alloy was systematically investigated. Double recalescences were discovered for the first time in a single phase Ni-Cd alloy, in which there is no solid phase transition at elevated temperature. When the alloy melt was undercoolcd below the solidus temperature, the effect of nonequilibrium solidification could make the solid with the norminal composition C0 of the alloy nucleate and grow till tempemture approached To (the temperuture at which the free enengies of solid and liquid with C0 are equal). Following it, the nucleation and growth of the solid with more high melting point component were required, so the secondary recalescence took place. The concentration distribution in crystals was also analysed.