"A rich, tantalizing dish that will leave you wanting more, even if you're full! You can use all different kinds of ravioli, meats, and sauces. A versatile dish for what you have on hand. It can also be made ahead of time!" — K-Dub
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1 (25 ounce) package
frozen cheese ravioli
skinless, boneless chicken breasts, cut into 1-inch pieces
1 (16 ounce) jar
prepared Alfredo sauce
shredded mozzarella cheese
salt and ground black pepper to taste
grated Parmesan cheese
Simple, rich and excellent dinner. I made two changes. I thought I bought cheese ravioli, but I bought butternut ravioli by accident. It turned into a happy accident BTW I also tossed a handful of fresh basil leaves while layering cuz my basil plants are shivering and threatening to turn. In spite of my changes, this was excellent. Very velvety and yummy. Sparky gave it a very big thumbs up too. Assemble the ingredients and keep them chilled early in the day and quickly layer and you have dinner on the table in 30 minutes.Nice enough to serve to company too. Crisp chardonnay, crusty bread and a romaine wedge balances this nicely. Thanks so much for sharing this K-Dub. Excellent!
This was good, but could have been better. It needed more sauce, we thought, and the chicken could use more seasoning other than the italian seasoning. I will make again, but will tweak it some. A good starter recipe.
This is a quick and easy dinner. The only think do different is I throw in some fresh baby spinach. It is so good and I love how quick it is.
DELICIOUS! I did omit the chicken, but added some sauteed mushrooms, onion and garlic in with the alfredo sauce that I made homemade. Also added a layer of homemade pesto in the middle, and that was an awesome addition. I loved the flavors/richness of this dish and the fact that you can add whatever you like and come out with a simple, yet tasty meal. Made this a bit ahead of time and just baked it when I was ready, and that worked out well. I servd this w/ a salad and garlic bread. A definite keeper! Thanks for sharing. :)
Very easy, very rich and very, very good!! We really enjoyed this. I had a couple of packages of the refrigerated chicken and cheese ravioli and approx. 1/2 of a container of the alfredo sauce that is sold with the pasta. I added that alfredo to a jar of mushroom alfredo from the pantry and it was perfect. Using the 2 packages of pasta, the top layer was 1 or 2 ravioli short but it wasn't noticed. I sauted some onion and a little garlic with the chicken, seasoned well and backed the Italian seasoning down to 1 TBS. Perfect for our taste and received many compliments. Thanks for sharing, K-Dub! We will enjoy this often.
Delicious! How could it not be, creamy cheesy goodness! I skipped the chicken, just too lazy to make it. I used spinach and cheese ravioli and forgot to put the parmesan on, so I just added it once the pasta was served. I used a little less mozzarella to save some fat, but I think I also used a smaller package of ravioli, so it worked out to a good amount of cheeseyness anyway. Excellent recipe K-Dub!
Made this recently and subbed in marinara sauce for the alfredo, since we prefer it. Big hit with the whole family, especially the kids.
Great base of a recipe, you can make this a hundred different ways.. I omitted the chicken, used beef ravioli's and added a bag of frozen vegetables. This is so easy and you can always keep a bag of ravioli's in the freezer for a fast last minute dinner. thanks for sharing!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
K-Dub's Alfredo Ravioli Bake
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 390
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