Sunday, May 9, 2010

Dutch Oven - Southwest Chicken Alfredo


Oil
Garlic
Chicken breasts, cubed
Fajita seasoning
Salt
Pepper
Paprika
Tomato Sauce
Cheddar Cheese Sauce
Egg noodles
Water

Saute garlic and chicken in oil, mixing in some of the fajita season, salt, pepper and paprika. Add tomato sauce, cheese, noodles and enough water to cook noodles. You will want to look at the package directions, and then estimate how much liquid is already in the pot. Bake until noodles are al dente. Serve with sour cream.


4 Stars
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6 comments:

  1. Looks good. Im going to give this one a try. THANKS!

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  2. Sounds great! Make sure the wind is blowing so I can smell the good cooking! Glad to know people actually read what I write!

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  3. Andy,

    I love reading your blog. You have a nice mix of ideas here. Some Dutch Oven, some camp cooking, some basic cooking ideas and techniques. All really good stuff. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Thanks for your kind words. When I started this blog, I wanted it to be more than just a Dutch oven blog. I've got some new ideas that you'll want to look forward to in the coming weeks.

    -A

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  5. We wanted a dutch oven alfredo recipe and found this one. I made this in a 14 inch black pot over charcoal. I used one whole packet of fajita seasoning, two cans of Campbell's cheese soup with two cans of water. 4 chicken breasts sliced 1/2 inch thin, one small can of tomato sauce. Next time I would use a whole can.
    I used one bag of egg noodles and had to add about 2-3 cups of extra water.
    During the last few minutes, I took the lid off and let it thicken over lower heat, then I added some shredded cheddar cheese on top and melted that.
    Overall, I would give this a 8 out of 10. It was not too spicy, could still use more pop. Some measurements on the recipe would be helpful.
    Mark F. Bethlehem, PA

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  6. @Mark F.- Measurements and I don't get along. If you read other posts, you'll see any time I follow a recipe it usually ends in disaster. I find the boundaries that a recipe fosters stifles my creativity. I should post the recipes with measurements, though- then people that find the article like you can cook it as well. Glad you liked it!

    P.S. I like spicy food too, but if I cook too spicy, my family won't eat it. I don't like 5 days of the same leftovers for lunch.

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