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Easy Chicken & Broccoli Alfredo

Easy Chicken & Broccoli Alfredo recipe
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Rich Alfredo may seem complicated to make, but it's a snap when you know this shortcut. A creamy cheese sauce tops chicken, fettuccine and fresh broccoli in 20 minutes flat.
20 min
20 min
4 servings, 2 cups each
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I would use less milk; it was a little soupy. I added fresh mushrooms and canned artichoke hearts. The taste was great, and my husband said it's a "keeper."
This recipe was really easy and had a surprisingly great taste, my only change was I used a roasted red-pepper Italian dressing and my only complaint is the sauce did not turn out quite as thick as I would have like but all in all a great recipe. Thanks Kraft!
This recipe was absolutely delicous! My husband and I went back for seconds! I used Whole Wheat blend Linguine since I didn't have fettuccine and low-fat cream cheese instead of regular cream cheese. Once the sauce began to thicken up, the consistancy of it was similar to what you get in the resturants.
I used 1/3 less fat cream cheese -- perhaps that's why the sauce was runny. I also used the Parmesan Ramano blend of grated cheese for added flavor. I'll use regular cream cheese next time, hoping the sauce will be thicker. Otherwise we liked it very much.
I added chopped fresh tomato to the sauce a minute before serving. Both my husband and I loved it! What an easy way to make alfredo!
This is a very good recipe and really easy to make. My family really liked this and served with salad and garlic bread really finished this off great! My husband said to put this one at the top of our recipe's to make again list.
This was easy and didn't take long. The hardest and most time-consuming thing to do was to pound and cut up the chicken. My husband and I both thought it was decent, though a little bland. I used angel hair pasta (what I had on hand), frozen broccoli, and halved the recipe (which could've resulted in miscalculations), so any of those could have affected the out come for us. I would recommend this. It would be easy to prepare the ingredients ahead of time, too, to make cooking time that much shorter.
I'm not a good cook so I always look for easy to make recipes! This was super easy and so delicious that even my picky 2 1/2 years old daughter loved. My husband told me to add it to our "favorites" list!
i loved it! it taste just like the one i always get at olive garden i did over cook the broccole but it didnt matter it was still great i will make it again
It is really easy to make ;0) Especially having three children. And very YUMMY! I served it with breadsticks. Better than Fazolis!!!!
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