Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Chicken Farfalle Florentine

Chicken Farfalle Florentine
by: Stephanie

Ingredients:
3-4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1 box of Farfalle pasta
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1 bunch fresh spinach (or 1 box of chopped frozen spinach, thawed and all excess water drained)
1-2 cloves garlic, finely minced
1/2 yellow onion, finely chopped (optional)
3-5 TBSP cream cheese
black pepper (to taste)
Milk (add to reach desired consistency for sauce, probably 1-2 tbsp)
1 jar of Bertolli Alfredo Sauce
Parmesean cheese ( use as desired)

Prep:
1. Grill Chicken, Chop, and set aside
2. Prepare pasta according to package.
3. In the pan add a little oil, garlic and onions. Saute until tender and onions are translucent. Add spinach (allow it to wilt, if fresh) and heat through.
4. Add cream cheese, mixture will be thick.
5. Add Alfredo Sauce and milk until desired consistency is reached
6. Stir chicken into the sauce add pepper.
7. Mix Pasta and sauce

22 comments:

Scrammy said...

My lovely girlfriend and I used this recipe for Valentine's Day. Totally rocked the house!

Thanks so much for your blog, blessings!

Stephanie said...

I am so glad that you guys liked it! It's always nice to hear that people are using these recipes and enjoying them!

Blessings to you!

Dave said...

Randomly ran across your blog looking for a Chicken flortine and farfalle recipe. I enjoy cooking when I have the time and hopefully I can try out your recipe soon!

I shall browse this blog and maybe I'll find other recipes that I've been looking for!

Ciao ciao.

Anonymous said...

Love it! My 12 year old daughter love it so much that we made for her teacher as part of teacher's appreciation day....now we are sharing it with other of the parents. Thank you!!! Dinorah

stephanie d said...

I absolutely LOVE this recipe.. and it is so much cheaper to make, than to buy the bags of it. THANK YOU for posting it.

Stephanie said...

I am so glad that you enjoyed it! Thank you for your comment :)

(It's also healthier, which was the main reason I tried to recreate it)

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Anonymous said...

Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!

Iva said...

Stephanie, thank you so much for this recipe. I tried it yesterday and it was THE BEST!!!!

Kelly in las vegas said...

I love your chicken florentine and farfalle recipe , I tweeked it just a bit even though I love the taste of alferdo my husband doesn't so I had to hide it. I added sun dried tomato pesto it did the trick he had no idea
Thank you

Stephanie said...

Thanks for the great idea Kelly! I am glad you were able to make the recipe work for you! Love when that works out and everyone is happy :)

Hope you have a great night!

Anonymous said...

Sooooooo much better than the Bertolli bagged, which, I have to admit, I am in love with! Thank you for the recipe :)

trevorsimon14 said...

How many servings does this recipe yield?

Stephanie said...

About enough for 4 healthy servings for 4 adults.

trevorsimon14 said...

Thanks! This recipe looks to be delicious. Cooking it for dinner tonight.

Anonymous said...

What size box of Farfalle pasta?

Stephanie said...

My store only sells one size. It is in a blue box, Barilla.

Michelle said...

Oh my gosh, this is exactly what I was looking for, I even went to the store yesterday and bought the same ingredients and when i needed the recipe, your blog post came up, thank you so much for posting this! :D

Anonymous said...

About how many people do you think this recipe feeds?

Stephanie said...

I would say that it feeds 4-6 people :) Enjoy!

Lyric Phillips said...

Thank you so much for reposting, I tried to recreate it without haveing ANY idea of what to use and I ended up using alfredo sauce and about 3 different cheeses, it was good, but not what I craving so I'm gonna get those ingredients instead and I can't wait to cook it!