Yum Peaceful Cooking: Crispy Chicken Alfredo Crostini

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Crispy Chicken Alfredo Crostini

This is one of those things that's so ridiculously easy and tastes so good!

Minimal ingredients. Minimal time. Maximum yum.

It can be a meal in itself or an appetizer. And...it's perfect for your Super Bowl party. How ever you choose to serve it, it's sure to please. I mean, who doesn't like crispy chicken? Who doesn't like Fettuccine Alfredo? And whooooo doesn't like garlic bread?! Cuz basically that's what this recipe is....a combination of those, wrapped into one.

Crispy Chicken Alfredo Crostini 

Makes about 9 depending on the size of the crostini

1 25 oz package of Tyson Fully Cooked Crispy Chicken Strips
2 cups Fettuccine Alfredo (I used a boxed version for convenience)
9 slices of a baguette, sliced on the diagonal
2 Garlic cloves, whole
1/2 cup diced tomatoes, plus more for garnish
1 tablespoon fresh basil, chopped, plus more for garnish

Toast bread slices in the broiler, turning once,until golden brown. Rub one side of each piece of toast (aka crostini) with a garlic clove. Set aside.

Heat the chicken as directed on the package.

If using Fettuccine Alfredo from a box, cook according to instructions, If you're using your favorite recipe, you'll need 2 cups of prepared Alfredo sauce and fettuccine, combined.

Let the chicken and Alfredo cool slightly. Just before preparing, toss the diced tomatoes and basil into the pasta dish and stir until just combined.

Top each crostini with Fettuccine Alfredo, chicken and then garnish with diced tomatoes and basil.

That's it. If your household is anything like mine, these babies won't last but a minute.

I was not compensated for this post, however Tyson supplied me with a coupons for their product. All opinions are my own.

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