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This was a quick fix that everyone loved. What I liked the best about this is the chicken didn't get lost in the sauce. I browned the chicken and before serving, cut it onto bite sized pieces and mixed it together with the fettuccini. I found it served up easy and displayed nicely.
This was fantastic! Nice flavor, beautiful presentation. Just the right balance to the seasonings. Sauce was perfect. Thanks for a great recipe.
Inez has done it again. I knew this one would be great as her reputation proceedes her. Once I see the Inez Willenborg band wagon loading, I have to jump on! Sauce was light and not overpowering as some fettuccini sauces are. We enjoyed the addition of the red pepper. Didn't change a thing, although added a bit of salt. Thanks for another fantastic meal, Inez!
This is a great recipe! my noodles went all wrong and I would still give this recipe anything above a five if I could! Instead of testing the juices the way that the recipe says to though, I just cut the pieces in half the old-fasioned way. It was also kind of hard to strain and keep track of the noodles without burning the chicken, so maybe you should make the chicken and sauce first and make the noodles when you dont have to worry about the chicken. Chicken Alfredo is my favorite meal, and this was the best ive ever had!
Made this for the family and they loved it. Just the right amount of spice to be interesting but not hot. The sauce was a bit thin so I added 1/2 tbs of corn starch to thicken it up. Will add this to my favorite list.
Inez; Super-great recipe. I made it with Spinach Fettucini, and WOW!! Will be making this recipe often. Thanks for posting. "Uncle Bill"
Very good recipe. It satisfied my craving for chicken fettuccini. I diced the chicken after cooking it and added it and some steamed broccoli to the pasta and sauce. We had it with a tossed green veggie packed salad. Thanks Inez. As usual, you have come up with a winner.
WOW!!! I can't believe I made Alfredo that tasted so good!! Not to mention very easy. Heck, I kept thinking it was going to turn out awful because I felt like I hadn't worked hard enough at it! This is the best homemade alfredo ever and a definite keeper for my cookbook!! Hope you don't mind, but instead of cooking up fresh chicken, I used some leftover chicken from leeannr's Yummy Yogurt Marinated Chicken recipe. I saute'd it in the skillet w/ a Tbs of butter just to "rejuvinate" it and so the Alfredo would pick up on some of it's flavor from the pan. It was awesome!!
This is the best ever!! We loved it!