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Progresso's Easy Weeknight Creamy Chicken Alfredo

Recently I was give a fun opportunity to take part in a great BlogSpark project with Progresso and their new line of recipes stater sauces. The next 6+ days I am going to create and post some of my favorite recipes from this project. My first one is the Easy Weeknight Creamy Chicken Alfredo! This fun easy meal was not only cute but yummy :O)


Ingredients:

*8 ounces of fettuccine
*1 1/4 Pound chicken breast cut into chunks
*2 Tablespoons of Butter
*3 Cloves of garlic, finely chopped
*1(13ounce) can of Progresso recipe starters creamy Parmesan Basil Cooking Sauce
*1/2 cup Whipping Cream or Half and Half

Directions:

*Start pasta cooking
*In a pan add a tablespoon over oil and your chicken. Cook the chicken till it is no longer pink in the middle. Sprinkle lightly with salt and pepper if desired. Add butter and garlic into pan and cook till garlic is salt. Stir in sauce, cheese and cream. Stir well and cook another 5-8 minutes
*serve over fresh fettuccine.

Disclosure:  The information, products and ProgressoTM Recipe StartersTM gift pack was provided by Progresso through MyBlogSpark.


Comments

LisaLisa said…
Can we say mmm,mmm good. LOL!
Melanie B said…
I love Alfredo!!

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