This Chicken Bacon Alfredo recipe is very tasty! If you're watching weight, don't try this at home.
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gauby , 3 months agoI changed this up a bit but husband and I love this basic idea. I added broccoli, red pepper and sun dried tomatoes sautéing all with the chicken in a tablespoon of oil. Skipped the mayo too. Probably still heavy on fat, but delicious.
Sara127 , 4 months agoAbsolutely delicious!! Will be making it again!!
Superwife , 5 months agoMy husband enjoyed it... it was ok to me
Ajkingsley , 8 months agoI cooked this tonight. It was ok. Different but not excellent.
platinumdiva , 8 months agoVery very good but you do not have to use a cup of Olive oil, a tablespoon per chicken breast worked fine for me. This was absolutely delicious though and many husband LOVED it.
scania231 , 9 months agovery nice even though didn't have all right ingrediants
mbratcher6 , 9 months ago
jlmyersrrt1993 , 10 months agoAbsolutely great and easy
Miguel69 , 11 months agoIt was good. Too cheesy.
serenapage , 11 months agoLoved the recipe but it definitely didn't need 30 mins in the oven
mmr0124 , 11 months agoSo very delish it was so tasty and had so much flavor I took advise and just browned the chicken on the stove and let it finish cooking in the oven so juicy that way will make again
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Ange325 , 1 years agoTasty! Was easy to make. I dipped the chicken in milk before breading and added salt to the breading. We're a cheese family so I used a lot more, about a cup of Colby and a cup of cheddar. I added quit a bit more mayo probably about 5-6 tbsp total, it seemed too thick with just 3 tbsp. My husband wanted more sauce so next time I'll use more Alfredo sauce.
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cari3brats , 1 years agoThis was very good. Almost decadent. The only thing I did differently was to only brown the chicken breasts in the skillet and let them finish cooking in the oven. This keeps them from drying out.
ThePuck , 1 years agoHoodie hooo a recipe for a simpleton like ME, not bad, not bad. I like! I don't think a microwave can get a bacon crispy without burning it though!
jackiebuzz , 1 years ago