Make This 1 Ingredient Swap For a Guilt-Free Fettuccine Alfredo With Chicken

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3 年前
Do you love chicken alfredo as much as we do, but are sometimes worried about all of the cream and fat that goes into that luxurious sauce? Well, what if we told you that it's possible to have your cake and eat it too with a delicious and healthier version of a creamy chicken fettuccine alfredo with a secret ingredient that won't make you feel guilty? Good, right? And this dish is twice as enticing because it features surprise ingredients and a surprise guest - Donal Skehan is here to help us cook this amazing recipe! One-Pot Guilt-Free Chicken Alfredo Adapted from Yogurt Fettuccine Alfredo Notes To make this dish even healthier, use whole wheat noodles. Ingredients 1 pound fettuccine noodles 1 small garlic clove, chopped 1 cup plain yogurt 1 tablespoon butter 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon Italian seasoning 1/4 teaspoon red chili flakes 1/2 cup grated parmesan cheese Dash of pepper Dash of nutmeg 2 chicken breasts, grilled Parsley Directions Bring a stockpot of water to a boil and add the pasta and simmer according to the directions on the box. Chop the garlic and add it to the boiling water with the pasta. In a large mixing bowl, add the yogurt, salt, Italian seasoning, and red chili flakes. Give the mixture a stir. Once the noodles are cooked through, turn off the heat, strain, and return the noodles to the hot pot. Add the butter and toss so the pasta is coated. Carefully add the pasta to the yogurt mixture and stir until the sauce is evenly distributed. Sprinkle with the parmesan cheese and give it another toss. Serve with half a chicken breast on top, a sprinkle of parsley, extra cheese, salt and pepper to taste, and a tiny pinch of nutmeg. Information Category Pasta, Main Dishes Cuisine Italian Yield 4 Servings Cook Time 20 Minutes Average ( votes): Print recipe
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    marc
    I add extra gluten when possible...and bacon lots of bacon.
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    56565656
    Funny how we've been conditioned by these media articles to see 'gluten' where 'guilt' is.
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    carol family
    Guilt free would mean no animal or animal products, ie. compassionate dining. No guilt towards cruelty to animals in any way. Milk from cow's is for their calves, not humans. Decaying corpses are not meant for human consumption, 25 ft + of intestines (biology) would dictate for humans to be herbivores. That is why humans suffer from diet related diseases and illnesses. Never has an animal, human or non human suffered from illness and diseases caused from plant based diets. ie. cancers, plaque, calcium deposits, kidney stones, etc. Never has anyone had to cut back on veggie based diets because they are contrary to good health. Guilt free is not cutting back on what you aren't meant to consume, that's just not true. Every time a human steals milk from another species, that baby doesn't get to feed from its mom. Cruel. The calves are carted away to be murdered in 2 weeks, while humans insist on stealing what isn't for them. Cruel and selfish. There are alternatives that will satisfy desires of dairy and decaying flesh, something for all taste bud desires.
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    Lisa C
    How can this be gluten free when the noodles are not gluten free?
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    Zaphod B.
    It's always guilt-free, unless you at five pounds in one sitting.
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    katys
    Why is there no button to pin it?
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    CRWMD
    The carbohydrates in the pasta are the the unhealthiest thing in the recipe.
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    Not PC
    Yogurt does not belong in C.A. When you choose to have C.A. the calories and fat are NOT a consideration, which is the point of all comfort foods. If healthy is what you want, then have bean spout soup.
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    Tilly
    How can it be "guilt free" when it includes chicken? For those in denial, I'm sorry to inform you that chickens don't grow on trees! There is no getting around the fact that transforming a recipe ingredient from a living, breathing, sentient being into the mush that ends up in your stomach, involves plenty of suffering, pain, fear, misery and lots of blood on the part of the unfortunate creature. Anyone who can eat that "guilt free" is living in an imaginary world!
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    Kurrjur
    Gross and definitely not guilt free! Garlic water and yogurt ewwwwww!!!
Tyler3 年前
I’ll just go to Wendy’s and avoid all the clean up
No Thank You3 年前
That looks good..Great Job !
Anonymous3 年前
If someone will make banana pudding for this house they can ...更多
man from illinois4 年前
Sorry but this mix sounds nauseating. Yuk. I have to go down...更多
LAparent3 年前
I don't know how she does it. She must not eat her own recip...更多
Condom-mints3 年前
Time at the stove...40 minutes. Time on the toilet...20 minu...更多
Carol3 年前
I tried In & Out one time. The burger was blah and the frie...更多
marc3 年前
I add extra gluten when possible...and bacon lots of bacon.