Chicken fettuccine alfredo. Quick, easy and done in one pan, this recipe features fettuccine slathered in delicious and creamy alfredo sauce. It only takes about 15 minutes to make, and is totally irresistible.
Hey friends! Today I’m super excited to bring you an amazingly flavorful and simple recipe. In fact, quick and easy recipes involving pasta have always been a favorite in my household. I love the way it pairs so wonderfully with other easily available ingredients to create a stunning family dinner.
This chicken fettuccine alfredo is ridiculously simple yet lip-smacking delicious. I mean, it’s one of my favorites, I just couldn’t wait to tell you all about how tasty it is. If you’ve been a regular reader of this blog, you already know about my eternal love for all things pasta. Remember this creamy mushroom fettuccine? And this creamy pasta recipe with no cream?
Ok, let’s check out the recipe for this chicken fettuccine alfredo.
As the name suggests, fettuccine is the key ingredient here. However, feel free to choose your favorite pasta to cook in the creamy alfredo sauce. Just follow the packet instructions to cook pasta. Easy peasy!
While pasta is cooking, you can make the delightful sauce. A very simple tip to save time in the kitchen. To make the alfredo sauce, start with stir frying chicken in a combo of butter and oil. The perfect alfredo sauce is basically rich, creamy and super delicious. And that means, we’re talking about plenty of butter and rich cream in this recipe. If you don’t want to add chicken, make sure you add plenty of broccoli florets, mushrooms and cherry tomatoes.
Once the chicken is stir fried, remove it from the pan, and heat up more butter and oil. Now you’ll need to sauté onions and garlic. Then simmer fresh cream for about 6 mins. For extra creaminess, add some grated parmesan. Both cream and cheese make this chicken fettuccine alfredo rich and irresistible.
At this stage, don’t forget to season the sauce before you add in cooked chicken and fettuccine. Time for the final step now – toss. Garnish with plenty of parsley or even basil before you serve.
I can’t wait to make this again for dinner soon. This is the best alfredo sauce to brighten your pasta meal. So good!
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