Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
I love this recipe but I used garlic alfredo sauce and just added a red pepper and added other half a jar of sauce to it . It was the best chicken alfredo I have made.
My kids loved this I did have to sneak in the mushrooms I cut them into small pieces I also used crushed red pepper from McCormick, in the sauce I used 2 tablespoons to give it really spicy but if you want less spice just add half it was a hit I doubled everything to feed 9 and it was an all-around hit though
I couldn't find roasted red pepper alfredo sauce so I used sun-dried tomato. Also, I left off the onions and doubled the mushrooms. It was delish! Reheated the leftovers in a skillet and added a jar of sundried tomatoes (including the oil) and about half a jar traditional alfredo sauce and it was amazing! I'll add the tomatoes at the start next time. I used turkey bacon, as suggested, but I think regular bacon (more sodium) would be better.
Who sells the roasted red pepper alfredo sauce. Can't find it anywhere.Thank you.
Quick, easy and adjustable to taste. What's not to like?
Very quick and tasty. To save time, I use pre-cooked bacon.
This is very good. I couldn't find the roasted red pepper alfredo sauce so I used a garlic alfredo sauce and just added some sliced red peppers to the skillet. Enjoyed by everyone