Doris Fisher Recipe

By Doris Fisher dotfish65


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9 lasagna noodles
2 ½ cups alfredo sauce
2 cups cooked, shredded chicken
garlic salt
3 cups shredded mozzarella, or cheese of your choice

Directions Step-By-Step

Spray an 8x8 pan with non-stick spray and pour ½ cup alfredo sauce, or just enough to cover the bottom of the pan. Boil 8-10 cups water in a large pan, cook lasagne noodles until al dente. (I usually cook 1 or 2 extra just because lasagna noodles always seem to break on me when I am stirring them.)
Now this is the important part! Drain and rinse the noodles with cold water to prevent them from sticking to each other. Then, lay out each noodle individually and blot dry with a paper towel.
Spread about 2 Tbs. alfredo sauce over each noodle. (if there is too much sauce you will have a big mess on your hands!) Sprinkle oregano and garlic salt on top of sauce. Take 1/9 of the shredded chicken and spread it out evenly over each noodle. Add approx. 3 Tbs. cheese. To roll up, start at one end and roll the noodle over the toppings. You will need to lift the noodle a little to prevent squishing out the inside ingredients while rolling.
Place the roll-ups in the pan, one by one, seam-side down so they don't come undone. Once they are all in the pan, pour the remaining alfredo sauce over the top. Top with remaining cheese. Bake at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes, or until the cheese is completely melted on top. I sometimes broil mine the last 5 minutes to make the cheese toasty on top.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Chicken, Pasta
Hashtag: #easy

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Doris Fisher dotfish65
Jul 17, 2013
If I find one I want to make on Facebook I post it to my box so I can make it. Not all are from Facebook, it may seem that way because I go ahead and copy them while I'm browsing so I don't lose them. I follow alot of recipe pages on Facebook. Yes I do make them at some point.
Jennifer Roland TinkJenn79
Jul 28, 2013
Can this be doubled to make it feed more? Would I need to increase the bake time at all? Obviously I know the ingredients would be doubled, but not sure on the amount of time to bake it :-)
Doris Fisher dotfish65
Jul 28, 2013
I would not think so if you are just useing a bigger pan with them in a single layer or two pans the same size.
Tammy Helton TammyHelton
Jul 29, 2013
Can you tell me the nutrition facts
Doris Fisher dotfish65
Jul 29, 2013
Sorry don't have them.
Lin Larson bumblebeester
Aug 24, 2013
This looks delish! Can't wait to try it on my boyfriend! Thank you!
Dena Bryant dmbryant
Sep 13, 2013
Im making this tonight!!!
Pat Hall pchall67
Oct 13, 2013
I thinking (dangerous activity to be sure)
Why not just layer the lasagna noodles, sauce and cheese like regular lasagna? Save the work of rolling those pesky noodles. What do you think?
Tiffany P Hawkeyegem
Dec 3, 2013
I wanted to let you know that someone is selling your recipe on Listia.
terri sebring tsebring
Jun 28, 2014
there are so many alfredo sauces out there which one was used for this recipe or which one would you recommend thank you
nurdin din nurdin
Jul 5, 2014
look good,, i have try it.. do you like this Easy Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo Recipe
Georgia Buda georgiabuda
Jul 9, 2014
My family loved this dish.I would like to say that I found it much easier to just mix all ingredients in one big bowl and then spread it out onto each lasagna noodle. I used two jars of Alfredo Sauce
Kelvin Webb Webbcite
Jul 15, 2014
I'm going to make this tomorrow. I've already tried it with beef and regular pasta sauce. It was a hit. Let's see if this one makes it as well!!!
Shalena Mathews blueivina
Sep 1, 2014
Made this today and the whole family loved it!
Tiffany Bowkamp Alienz17
Jan 14, 2015
I made this tonight for me and my boyfriend. I did not care for it that much but he liked it.. I barelys sprinkled any oregano and thats all I could taste.. did not fit 9 rolls in the 8x8 pan. This wasn't that easy to make for some reason for me also. May try this again but tweaking it a little. Cooked it an extra 10 minutes to brown the tops