Baked Chicken Alfredo Pasta Casserole!
This Baked Chicken Alfredo Pasta Casserole would be a welcome site on your dinner table any night of the week. The recipe calls for already cooked chicken, so this one can be planned using leftovers, or if you don't have chicken cooked, just quickly pan frying a couple of chicken breasts will do the trick.
Some people are worried that making a sauce is going to be difficult. In fact, it is simple and inexpensive to make your own sauces.
Knowing the simple art of making a white sauce allows you the flexibility. You can flavor your sauce with various types of cheeses and seasonings making it just the perfect flavor for the dish and to suit your family's tastebuds.
When you read a recipe such as the one featured today, you can have the opportunity to adjust it in the seasoning. This recipe fore example calls for four cloves of fresh garlic. For all the garlic lovers out there, that is a fair amount, and it will be fabulous. If you are not keen on that much though, it will not harm the recipe to adjust the garlic to one or two cloves. Seasoned cooks know that in cooking, a recipe is a springboard. For brand new cooks out there, when you cook, you can be flexible. You cannot do that in baking, you must follow the recipe carefully and measure correctly. Cooking is an enjoyable adventure that allows you to find the perfect combinations of savory and spice. When you make a sauce, be sure to taste it! Don't just assume it is going to suit you without tasting. When you cook, have a spoon and along the way test it out. Perhaps, you don't want any salt in your cooking as there may be family members that are not supposed to eat salt at all. If that is the case, omit salt and allow each person to do their seasoning when they are served. It will be very bland for most of us, but that is the beauty of cooking your meals. You can tailor them for the family needs.
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