Easy Chicken Tetrazzini

"This is a recipe that utilizes rotisserie chicken from the grocery store deli, jars of prepared Alfredo sauce, canned mushrooms, and jarred chopped garlic. I used the classic Alfredo sauce so that I could add my own sauteed garlic and onion. It was quick and easy to prepare and outstanding in flavor. This recipe is a great template; add or subtract ingredients to your heart's desire. If you are not a purist cook, this is a keeper. If desired, add a cup or so of frozen peas or broccoli to the sauce prior to mixing with the pasta. Garlic bread and a tossed salad rounded out this meal that bowled my family over. I wouldn't hesitate to serve this to company."
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  • Prepare pasta per package directions and drain. Set aside.
  • Saute onion and celery in melted butter until soft.
  • Add mushrooms and garlic and continue to saute for a few minutes.
  • Add chicken and sautee with mushrooms and garlic for 2 minutes.
  • Stir in the 2 jars of alfredo sauce, heat through.
  • Add ground black pepper and cayenne to taste, mix well.
  • Place cooked and drained pasta in a 9x13x2 baking dish that has been sprayed with nonstick cooking spray.
  • Pour alfredo mixture over pasta.
  • Using 2 forks, blend the pasta and alfredo mixture well.
  • Sprinkle Parmesan cheese over casserole.
  • Bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 20 minutes or until heated and cheese is melted.
  • Let dish set for 10 minutes before serving.

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