Rich and creamy, chicken pasta Alfredo wins raves every time. These quick, no-fuss recipes for chicken pasta Alfredo deepen the cheese intensity with unexpected gorgonozola and Parmesan.See Popular Chicken Alfredo Recipes
Canned chicken makes it easy to make this creamy pasta dish in less than 30 minutes...it's a lifesaver on a busy day.
Wild rice and mushrooms bring a rustic flavor to an updated version of the classic chicken and pasta dish.
Everyone should learn how to make chicken Alfredo. Why? It's a classic Italian recipe, its creamy richness is irresistible, and even the picky eaters in your family (you know, the ones who are in the phase of only eating "white" food?) will love it. In fact, that's sort of how Alfredo sauce was invented: Italian chef Alfredo di Lelio created the sauce to appeal to his pregnant wife who had lost her appetite for most foods. It soon became a top seller at his restaurant, Alfredo alla Scrofa. The restaurant, located in Rome, is still doing business today, and still serves their signature Alfredo sauce over chicken and pasta.
Learn how to make chicken alfredo for your next Sunday evening meal. This classic dish of white sauce over noodles and grilled chicken will have everyone at the table asking for seconds.
Slivered almonds and sweet red peppers set this chicken Alfredo dish apart from the rest. Top it off with breadcrumbs to give it the perfect finish.
Purchased cooked chicken breast strips, frozen vegetables, and canned pasta sauces make it possible for busy cooks to come up with quick and easy dinner recipes. This dish takes advantage of those products and is ready to eat in 25 minutes.
When you have leftover rice, you have another great meal in the making. You're already halfway to creating a casserole, a tasty soup, or a light salad. If you have just a little bit of rice, add it to tomato soup you're serving the kids, or mix it with some cooked chicken and broccoli, sprinkle it with a little cheese, and microwave it for a chicken-divan-like lunch treat.
These 15 chicken recipes are all unexpected dishes that showcase just how much fun chicken can be.
Nothing makes me happier than to have a big bowl of grilled chicken -- leftovers -- sitting in my fridge just waiting to top off an easy to make pizza or spark up an alfredo pasta salad. There's no core ingredient I can think of that A) keeps so long and B) forms the basis of so many great recipes, all of which end up being no-fuss, thanks to the fact that the grilled chicken is all ready to go. If grilling, it's easy to toss some extra pieces on the barbie.
We love casserole recipes because nothing delivers such hearty nutrition and flavor in dishes that are super-easy to prepare. And, let's face it, casseroles made with chicken and vegetables always seem a little healthier than most. If you agree, then you're going to want to make this Easy Chicken and Noodles recipe, which is a lifesaver on a busy weeknight when you've already got too much to do.
Some nights, you open the cupboard or fridge and blankly stare inside, hoping for some sort of divine culinary intervention. We can't claim to be angels, but we do have the answer for nights like those: chicken casserole. Chicken casseroles are easy to prepare, they're tasty, and they're also great for lunch leftovers the next day.
The biggest game of the year calls for crowd-friendly food--and if you're hosting a party, you want to give your guests something that will win you more cheers than the players themselves. Submarine sandwiches are a perfect choice. Is there anyone who wouldn't jump at the chance to bite into a hearty roll filled with flavorful beef, Italian sausage, or even Portobello mushrooms? We've got seven recipes guaranteed to be a hit on Super Bowl Sunday, from an over-the-top Alfredo beef sandwich to an Italian-style vegetarian sub.
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You love vegetarian pizza. You're nuts about healthy chicken dishes. Can't live without pasta.
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If there was a global comfort food, it would probably be the cuisine of Italy. There's something about classic Italian dishes that appeal to people, no matter what your background--the boldness of the flavors of Italy tend to combine in ways that are quintessentially satisfying and delicious. After all, it's hard to go wrong when you're working with ingredients like fragrant garlic, ripe tomatoes, rich mozzarella cheese, and hearty pasta.