4 fresh chicken breast halves (thawed) 1 pound pasta (such as ziti) 1 jar favorite alfredo sauce 1 bottle Frank's Red hot sauce 2 cubes butter 1 jar bleu cheese, crumbled
Melt one half cube butter in a large skillet. Fry chicken breasts until done. Heat remaining 1 and 1/2 cubes of butter in microwave until liquid. Add jar of franks red hot sauce and microwave 30 more seconds. Boil pasta while tossing chicken in Frank's sauce.
Heat the alfredo sauce in a skillet and toss pasta in the sauce. Serve in dish with chicken on top and a layer of bleu cheese over it.
I'm not a fan of buffalo wings but I love the flavor and sauce (just don't like wings). I was excited when I found this recipe because it has all the flavors just without the icky bones! It's really good although I wasn't sure how much a cube of butter is - is that equivalent to a stick? I know the wings have a ton of butter in them so I used a whole stick but was afraid to use two.
Apr 18, 2010
I asked my best friend "should I make chicken alfredo or buffalo wings" and he said "both". So I said "I should make Buffalo Chicken Alfredo" and both of the lightbulb's in our brains lit up. So I searched and found this recipe. OMG HOW GOOD IS THIS? You know, it's really the best when you take a bite of a sauce dipped piece of chicken and noodles with no hot sauce mixed in it so what I did was mixed in the hot sauced chicken bits with the noodles and alfrado and now I got a rack of chicken wings in the oven for some buffalo wings to go on the side! The hot sauce mixed in with the alfredo is great, but the contrast of hot sauce and alfredo in a bite is even better!