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 grill. I didn't use a cup of seasoning, just sprinked the chicken with less than a tablespoon, and let it set for about a half hour. I used pinot grigio for the wine. I added a pat of butter to the olive oil, and cut back on the garlic, tomatoes, and cream (personal taste). It came out nicely spiced, not too hot. If your finished dish is not spicy enough, just add a few dashes of tabasco sauce. I dumped the chicken and pasta into the pan, and heated it all together before serving.