Recipe by Parker's Kitchen
"Short on time? Five ingredients and four steps make this dish easy and delicious. Increase the nutritional value and make this an all-in-one dish by adding fresh seasonal vegetables (such as broccoli, squash or bell peppers) to the pasta as it cooks."
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chicken meat, cut into strips
1 (.7 ounce) package
Italian dressing mix
1 (16 ounce) jar
prepared Alfredo sauce
Easy, and a great use for leftover chicken that I had. What a easy recipe, using prepared alfredo sauce-perfect for any dinner-salad and bread, and dinner's on the table!
Might as well order out! Or just read the side of the jar. It tells you exactly what to do!
used Wegman's alfredo sauce and added broccoli. Very, very good.
I cut back on the garlic powder a bit, used Newman's alfredo sauce, folded in a good amount parmesan cheese and fresh ground pepper and one package Steamfresh cooked/drained frozen broccoli. Everyone liked it, especially my oldest boy. He ate two bowls. Next time, I would add a little more pasta because it seemed like to me that even with the broccoli I added, there was more sauce than pasta. GREAT quick all-in-one casserole that saved this working mother. NOTE: REWARMS WELL. If you want leftovers for the next day or have family that eats bigger, doubling this is necessary.
I was looking for a quick and easy weeknight meal that was under 6 ingredients. This seemed simple enough, and it was delicious! I did use sliced Johnsonville Italian sausage instead of the chicken though, and I will say that added a lot to the flavor. I would have never thought to add Italian sausage to an alfredo. I'm so glad I did!! Just slice it up and saute until cooked before adding the sauce and seasonings. I also watered mine down a bit to make sure I got all the sauce out of the jar. This was delicious!! Super easy too! If the flavor is lacking for anyone, try adding a bit of onion powder, salt, and pepper to the dish. I don't think it needed it though. Thank you!!
Made this but added a little bit of bacon.. Very good.. I wished I had some broccoli to add.. Next time
Excellent. I didn't have any italian dressing mix, so I used magic dust/cajun seasoning instead. Throw in a bag of cooked broccoli, and a little parmesan cheese and some black pepper for a topping.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 258
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