Refine your Cajun Chicken Alfredo recipe according to cuisine type:
I love this pasta! It almost resembles Red Lobster's alfredo sauce. It's great! You can even use seafood instead or go meatless!
This is from Guy's Big Bite, on Food TV. It comes out great, and is similar to the cajun alfredo at Copeland's restaurant, which is now defunct in our area. I used Tony Chachere's creole seasoning because I had it on hand, and cooked the chicken on the gri
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Recipe courtesy Dave DeRousse, Chicago, IL
Recipe courtesy Emile Stieffel
"A rich, creamy sauce tops this satisfying chicken and pasta dish. 'You can adjust the 'heat' level by increasing or decreasing the amount of Cajun spice you use,' advises LaDonna Reed of Ponca City, Oklahoma."
Recipe courtesy Amy Thorson, Marietta, GA
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This is a perfect meal for the weeknights when you need something fast but elegant. This recipe uses a prepared Alfredo sauce; however, if you have more time you could make your own. The recipe was printed in Sabrosa a southwest dining guide.
Very rich and tasty meal, but also easy because it uses ready-made ingredients. It's not a fussy meal for busy night. My favorite Alfredo sauce has also added mushrooms in it for extra flavor that goes great together with bacon. Time for prep and cooking i
This recipe was developed with my Kittencal's Alfredo Sauce --- the amounts listed are enough to serve 6-8 people but it depends on the size of the portions you serve, you may reduce the recipe by half but I suggest to make the full amount I always do for