Colleen's StoryThis is as easy as 1 -2 -3 !!! We sometimes add broccoli, sometimes we make it with ground beef or left over turkey and mixed vegetables after Thanksgiving and Christmas. It is a simple meal to prepare after the hub-bub of the holidays are over!
chicken breasts, skinless and boneless (cut into strips)
linguine, cooked as directed on package (or use spaghetti)
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1Boil water as directed on pasta package, cook as directed.
2While water is coming to a boil and pasta is cooking, wash and cut up chicken into strips. Add a bit of olive oil to skillet. Fry the chicken strips. Add the Alfredo sauce and the milk. Stir together well. Simmer on low with lid on, for about 5 minutes while you are waiting for the pasta to finish cooking.
3When pasta is done, drain, rinse, drain again and put back in pot. Add the Alfredo mixture and gently toss together. Serve with garlic bread and a salad.
patricia pecha nanapech17 - Oct 20, 2010
THIS SOUNDS LIKE A GREAT RECIPE AND IT COULDNT BE EASIER. GREAT FOR AFTER SHOPPING DAYS WHEN IM EXHAUSTED AND DONT WAT TO COOK! THANKS!!!!!
Colleen Sowa colleenlucky7 - Oct 20, 2010
Thanks Patricia! Yes, this is so easy and so good... you can use less milk for a bit thicker sauce too.
melinda whitaker my4angelsrock - Oct 24, 2010
Thank you for the milk tip too. Sounds great for a quick but a nice hot dinner on those busy days
Bea L. BeachChic - Nov 27, 2010
We seem to cook alike in a lot of ways. I've never tried it with any other meat because I just love chicken alfredo. That's what I get when I go to the Olive Garden. I just can't seem to get enough!!!
Colleen Sowa colleenlucky7 - Nov 27, 2010
I sometimes add other ingredients too.... like shrimp, crab, I have even made it with tuna and a bit extra butter.