Sunday, April 28, 2013

Shrimp & Chicken Fettucini Alfredo

Last night I was in the mood for some seafood, so I made this recipe because it had the right amount of seafood I was looking for. It definitely hit the spot and it was much cheaper than going to Red Lobster… although their rolls are delicious!

Fettucini Noodles - I used 1/2 the box (turned out to be a good meal size for 3-4 people)
Shrimp (pre-cooked, cleaned)
3 tsp. cajun seasoning
1-2 tbsp. butter
1 (15 oz.) jar of Bertolli Alfredo Sauce
1 tsp. of Black pepper
1/2 tsp. of Salt
Sprinkle of parmesan cheese

Boil water in a pot. Add noodles - cook to al dente (normally 12 minutes). While your water is boiling, Cut chicken into strips. Place the chicken strips into a large saucepan with melted butter. Sprinkle 1 tsp. of cajun seasoning. Add in the chicken. Add another tsp. of cajun seasoning. 

After the chicken is cooked, used the same pan (do not clean it out - this adds extra flavor!) and add the alfredo sauce. Combine everything (chicken, black pepper, salt, another 1 tsp. of cajun seasoning, fettucini noodles). Allow it start boiling then turn it down to a simmer.  Add in shrimp, stir, and then it's complete!


  1. It looks good and I bet it tasted good too. The only part dad would like is the Alfredo part. He never did like shrimp, even though he never had shrimp. Lol I made rolls like Red Lobster and they turned out good. I used Bisquick with milk, then sprinkled cheese and salt on the top. I am sure you can use garlic salt on the rolls as well. The rolls actually tasted just like the rolls at RL and hardly cost nothing to make. Thank you for sharing your meal and life with us.


    1. It did taste good! Matt enjoyed it too. Shrimp really is not that bad.. I'm surprised he wouldn't like it especially when he likes the nasty clams. You should teach me how to make the rolls like Red Lobster when I move there.