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Chicken Alfredo Pesto Pasta

Chicken Alfredo Pesto Pasta recipe
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This creamy combination of two fave pasta sauces uses shortcuts (like cream cheese spread and purchased pesto sauce)—a clever way to serve an impressive dish in no time!
time
prep:
25 min
total:
25 min
servings
total:
4 servings, 1-1/2 cups each
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posted:
2/25/2010
this is a fairly easy recipe to make. and it was a big hit around our house!!!
posted:
2/9/2010
This is good but the sauce is very runny unless you let it cook down. I added roasted pine nuts, sun dried tomatoes, and spinach and it tasted even better.
posted:
2/3/2010
I used canned Alfredo too, and still added the parmesan cheese. Made it several times using regular pesto and sun-dried tomatoes pesto. Both times, it tasted good.
posted:
1/31/2010
I've made this exactly to the recipe and using canned alfredo. The canned alfredo is MUCH better! I love the flavor the pesto gives the dish.
posted:
1/30/2010
I made this dish using sun-dried tomato pesto, cut up the red peppers very fine to hide them from the little ones, It turned out pretty good. Another winner for my picky eaters.
posted:
1/20/2010
I made this just like the recipe said & it was to runny & kind of bland. I'll make it again with 1 cup of cream instead of milk, fresh grated garlic, broccoli & maybe some crushed red pepper flake. I might also use a different pasta, like bow tie.
posted:
12/31/2009
Quite tasty. However I added nearly double the amount of pesto and extra cheese to make it taste better. Before that it was kind of bland. Substituted a Wax Pepper and an Anaheim Pepper for the Red - ended up nicely.
posted:
12/9/2009
Sort of a disaster. The sauce was very bland and too thin, and the ingredients in the alfredo sauce did not blend well. I was so excited to try this but I was quite disappointed.
posted:
11/25/2009
Simmer the sauce a little longer than the recipe calls for to further reduce so you have a thicker sauce.
posted:
11/5/2009
I'm used to buying alfredo in a jar and after this recipe I think I will continue to buy it from a jar. I really did not care for the sauce; it was very thin and bland. The combination of everything else was good though.
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