Chicken Alfredo

This is one of our favorite recipes, yet it seems I don’t make it often enough…Chicken Alfredo! This alfredo sauce is amazing and just as good if not better than what you’ll find in the restaurants.

This is a recipe you’ll have to multi-task for but it’s well worth it.
Here’s what you’ll need, plus the chicken  🙂

First I cut the chicken into small pieces and let it set in italian dressing. No certain amount, use your best judgement.

Next I start boiling water for the pasta.
And start cooking the chicken.
Once you get those two things going you can start on the sauce.
First I add the butter to a pot.
Once the butter is melted add your heavy cream
Get those two mixed in together and then add your parmesan cheese 1/2 cup at a time
Give it sometime for the cheese to melt before you add more
When all the cheese is mixed in I let it cook a little longer to finish melting the cheese and let the flavors mix.
Here’s a picture of the finished product of everything mixed together
Chicken Alfredo
Ingredients:
1 pint heavy cream
1/2 cup butter
1 1/2 -2 c shredded parmesan cheese
1 lb pasta (any kind you like)
1 lb chicken
1. Cut chicken into bite size pieces
2. Marinate in italian dressing
3. Boil pasta according to pkg
4.Cook chicken over medium heat in skillet
5.Melt butter in pot over low medium
6. Add heavy cream
7.Add parmesan cheese 1/2 c at a time
8. Cook until sauce is smooth and all cheese is melted.
8. Once everything is finished mix together and Enjoy!
You could also just bake the chicken in the oven on 400 F for 25 min. Another side note is when possible I try to buy fresh shredded parmesan cheese 🙂
Would love to hear your feedback if you try this recipe.
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