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It may not be your typical chicken alfredo recipe, but this Cajun Chicken Alfredo is delicious. It contains just the right amount of spice to wake up the flavor a bit, but the spice is nicely balanced with half and half, so that even people very sensitive to spice will have no trouble enjoying this recipe. I do love Cajun recipes of all types, but ones like these are especially good for midweek nights when you want something really quick and need to keep cleanup to a minimum. I wouldn’t call this traditional alfredo, but it is certainly a yummy one-pot meal!
I must say I hesitated for a while when I came across this recipe. I do enjoy Chicken Alfredo as much as I do cajun seasoning, but had never thought of combining the two. Turns out it was a great idea!
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