Chicken Alfredo in Tomato Sauce. Meet the chicken pasta recipe of your dreams! Creamy Chicken Alfredo with sun dried tomato, spinach and bacon, you'll love how the seasoned shredded chicken acts like a mop for the alfredo sauce. This is the pasta you make when you've had a bad day and you need a pick me up.
Tomato Alfredo sauce is tossed with bowtie pasta, chicken and peas for a quick skillet main dish. Oh, chicken alfredo: It's the classic pasta we just can't seem to get enough of. Of course there are tons of jarred pasta sauces you can buy, but making alfredo sauce from scratch is actually so easy. You can have Chicken Alfredo in Tomato Sauce using 16 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Chicken Alfredo in Tomato Sauce
- You need of Onions.
- Prepare of Garlic.
- You need of Tomatoes.
- Prepare of Chicken.
- You need of Salt.
- It’s of Pepper.
- Prepare of Sugar.
- You need of Tomato Sauce.
- Prepare of Carrots.
- You need of Green leafy veggies (pechay).
- It’s of Cheddar cheese.
- You need of Mozarella.
- You need of Parmesan.
- You need of Butter.
- It’s of Spaghetti pasta.
- Prepare of Milk.
How do you make Tomato Chicken Alfredo? First, boil the pasta as per the package instructions. While the pasta cook, stir together the diced tomatoes, alfredo sauce, shredded chicken, garlic powder, and dried basil in a medium pot over medium heat. It is ridiculously good minus all the heaviness of traditional creamy Alfredo.
Chicken Alfredo in Tomato Sauce instructions
- Saute Onions and garlic in butter.
- Put chicken.
- Add salt and pepper and sugar.
- Add tomatoes and carrots.
- Add milk.
- Simmer for 5 mins.
- Add tomato sauce.
- After 2 mins, Add parmesan, cheddar, and mozarella.
It tastes fancy but this pasta recipe is really simple to make. Add undrained tomatoes; reduce heat to low. A quick and easy chicken alfredo dinner with broccoli, zucchini, and red bell pepper. The sauce is enriched by cream cheese. Turkey Cordon Bleu with Alfredo Sauce For our annual Kentucky Derby party I wanted to create a twist on a traditional Kentucky Hot Brown sandwich, and my turkey cordon bleu was born.