How To Make Chicken Alfredo With Linguine Noodles


The simultaneous cooking of all the ingredients makes this dish incredibly simple and quick to prepare. Start the chicken, pasta, and sauce at the same time because they will all cook for about 20 minutes. Cook fettuccine according to the package instructions. Don’t overcook it to prevent it from becoming too mushy.

How To Make Chicken Alfredo With Linguine Noodles

Baked Chicken

Grease a baking sheet with a rim and preheat the oven to 450°. Remove any excess fat from the chicken and season it on both sides with oregano, salt, and pepper. After liberally sprinkling both sides of the chicken with freshly grated Parmesan cheese, transfer it to the baking sheet. Depending on the thickness of the chicken, bake for 15-20 minutes. After baking, allow the chicken to rest on the cutting board for approximately five minutes before slicing. Slice it against the grain.

How To Make Chicken Alfredo With Linguine Noodles

Alfredo Sauce

While chicken and pasta is cooking, prepare the sauce. Measure all ingredients before starting to cook.

Melt butter over medium heat in a medium sauce pot with a heavy bottom. Once butter is melted, add pressed garlic. Cook garlic until it’s fragrant and sprinkle flour over it. Stir until all of the flour is combined with the butter, then gradually add the heavy whipping cream while stirring continuously. Gently stir the mixture together and let it heat through. When the heavy cream is heated, whisk in the sour cream, Parmesan cheeses, salt, and pepper (do not let it boil!). Reduce heat to medium-low and stir gently until cheese that has been grated melts and combines. Continue cooking, stirring frequently, over medium-low heat for about five minutes.

When the sauce is ready, combine it with the sliced chicken and cooked pasta. Add some grated Parmesan cheese and fresh parsley on top.

How To Make Chicken Alfredo With Linguine Noodles

A real, creamy, from-scratch Alfredo sauce is one of the most delicious things ever; store-bought Alfredo sauce is nothing like homemade! If you have never had homemade Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo, you haven’t lived! For a rich and simple dinner recipe that takes only 30 minutes to prepare, serve your mouthwatering creamy sauce over pasta and perfectly seared, juicy chicken.

How To Make Chicken Alfredo With Linguine Noodles

Savor the rich, complex flavors of our Chicken Alfredo Linguine. This dish, which takes its cues from Italy, features al dente linguine and tender pieces of chicken covered in a smooth Alfredo sauce. A traditional and cozy dish that provides the ideal ratio of richness to texture, making it a great option for a fun dinner.

I have severe asthma here in Scotland, so last week was spent aching all over, and I just didn’t have the energy to cook. I apologize for not posting any recipes last week. Ben really had to take over in the kitchen, but I managed to find the extra fifteen minutes I needed to prepare this delicious chicken alfredo pasta for everyone!

I love having this delicious dish, chicken Alfredo Linguine, in my kitchen, especially when I’m craving some creamy, decadent pasta with soft chicken. This traditional Italian-American dish creates a sumptuous and flavorful dish by combining al dente linguine with a rich Alfredo sauce and succulent pieces of chicken.

This dish perfectly captures the sophistication of Italian-American cooking by fusing flavors and textures to produce a pleasing and unique eating experience. This recipe is a must-try whether you enjoy creamy pasta dishes or are just looking to make a restaurant-caliber meal at home. Your taste buds will be twirling with delight at this taste of sophistication and luxury. Your taste buds and your soul will thank you for trying Chicken Alfredo Linguine, so why not give it a try?

Back home in Australia, I never really had asthma. In Scotland, though, it seems to affect me pretty badly every year, if only for a week once. We were actually going to move right before lockdown started, so I guess we’ll be stuck here for a little while longer!

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