Easy creamy chicken Alfredo

For this sauce you will need,

-cream cheese

-milk

-Parmesan

-1 tsp of basil

-1 Tbsp of oregano

-fresh parsley by taste

-lots of pepper

-a dash of salt

-5 garlic cloves, finely chopped

Here’s a extra easy recipe for an amazing pasta night that you will not leave you disappointed.

You will start with heating up the cream cheese on medium heat, add in the garlic and begin to add milk. Stir until the cream cheese is fully melted and add milk until you got a creamy, lump free sauce sauce. Then thrown in all the spices along with the Parmesan and leave it simmer on low to allow the garlic to work it’s magic.

For the chicken, dice up 2 boneless/ skinless chicken breast and cook it with all the same spices used for the sauce and add a splash fresh lemon. Now by choice I added vegetables which I cooked separately, I chopped up 1/2 of a green and 1/2 of a red bell pepper, along with some broccoli, cherry tomatoes and half an onion.

For extra yumminess, I tossed a few shrimps in some butter along with 3 garlic cloves cut in halves and fresh parsley.

Add pasta, chicken, veggies then top with sauce and shrimp. So consider skipping the jarred sauce, your tastebuds will thank you

One Comment on “Easy creamy chicken Alfredo

  1. Wow OMG…you are a miracle worker at all thing, yet remain humble. I have just accomplished a new feat for myself, scalloped potatoes. Yes, the box was on sale, I remembered as a kid, making it seemed difficult…years later this…bonus I am proud. Gonna share some with my neighbour. And it was all cooked in a pot.
    I laughed, as on the box it said (real potatoes) that gave me relief lol. I have never had all those ingredients in my apartment at any time. But when I do I am committing myself to your chicken alfredo…

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