Penne Alfredo: Make Creamy Pasta with the Goodness of Chicken

Chicken Penne Alfredo Recipe

Who doesn’t enjoy a good pasta dish? Pasta is one of India’s most popular Italian cuisines, and it may be eaten at any time of day. While Indians enjoy all types of pasta, they are particularly fond of white Peene Alfredo Pasta, creamy, cheesy, and pricey. Is there a way to reduce the exorbitant price of Alfredo Pasta? Yes, you can prepare one of the best Alfredo Pastas at home, and it will be less expensive and more nutritious because you will be using high-quality Chicken Mini Bites and vegetables. In this article, learn to make a creamy Alfredo Pasta recipe at home.

What is Peene Alfredo Pasta?

The Alfredo Pasta is an Italian pasta dish made using fresh pasta, vegetables, chicken pieces combined with butter, cream and cheese. As the cheese melts, it results in a creamy, rich cheese sauce that coats the pasta. It is without a doubt one of the most delicious and simple dishes to prepare at home. 

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Traditional Alfredo Pasta Recipe

Alfredo Pasta is a typical Italian dish that originated in Rome and was created with only three ingredients: Parmesan cheese, fettuccine and butter. Alfredo Pasta began as a last-ditch effort by Alfredo di Lelio, a restaurant owner, to feed his pregnant wife, who had lost much of her appetite due to pregnancy. So he made a dish by adding cheese to fettuccine al burro, a traditional Italian dish, and this way, Alfredo Pasta was first made. At home, you can make good Alfredo Pasta recipes similar to the original.

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Penne Alfredo: Make Creamy Pasta with the Goodness of Chicken
Chicken Penne Alfredo Recipe
Course Main Dish
Cuisine Continental
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
For Cooking the Alfredo Sauce
For Cooking the Chicken
Course Main Dish
Cuisine Continental
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
For Cooking the Alfredo Sauce
For Cooking the Chicken
Chicken Penne Alfredo Recipe
Instructions
  1. Heat a pan on medium flame and melt some butter in it. Add the chicken pieces and sauté them. Then add oregano, basil, salt and pepper. Stir the pieces and sauté for 8-10 minutes. Once the chicken is tender and cooked, transfer it to a plate and set it aside.
  2. In the same pan, add butter again. Once it melts, add the chopped garlic and sauté it. Once it is soft, add half the flour and mix it. Then add the rest of the flour and mix it again. Add the milk little at a time and keep stirring to avoid lumps. As the sauce begins to thicken, add oregano, basil, salt and pepper. Stir well. Then add Parmesan cheese and mix until it melts.
  3. Take a bowl and add the cooked penne pasta to it. Then pour the sauce over the pasta. Then add the chicken pieces and give a good mix. Add extra Parmesan cheese and sprinkle fresh parsley. Mix well and serve.
Recipe Notes

Recipe Tip If you want to add some vegetables to this recipe, then you can add them while cooking the chicken. Share your version of this recipe How do you make penne Alfredo at home? Share your version with us! Frequently Asked Questions What do I do with the leftover Pasta? You can refrigerate the leftover pasta in an airtight container. The next day you can add more Parmesan cheese and milk before microwaving it to make it creamier. What can I do if the sauce is too thick? If the sauce is too thick, then you can add more milk to it to adjust the consistency.

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