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Creamy Cajun Chicken Pasta

November/December 2010

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This zesty Cajun-style pasta is full of lean chicken, peppers and onions. Serve with sautéed green beans.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This is a great recipe. The flavor is very fresh and the cajun seasoning makes it just a lil spicy! I doubled -everything- except the chicken since a box of pasta is usually 14-16 oz. I used bowtie pasta which made it look a little bit...
Creamy Cajun Chicken Pasta

29 Reviews for Creamy Cajun Chicken Pasta

12/16/2015
Outstanding meal!!

This was very easy to make and had awesome taste. My husband doesn't like onions so I left them out. They were not missed. The bacon I had was smoked and it made it even better. I will certainly make this again!

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04/21/2014
Anonymous
Great weeknight dish

this was easy and quick and there are plenty of leftovers.
the bells and onions went perfectly with the chicken and bacon. although i found that one bell pepper wasn't enough.
i also added some freshly grated parmesan that i happened to have on hand. and substituted greek yogurt for the sour cream.

definitely making this again!

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03/27/2014
Anonymous

I need to be gluten free so I used gluten free penne pasta and for the flour used Pamela's . It was delicious. I don't like green peppers so I used red pepper

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01/31/2014
Really good

I forgot to buy the bacon... so made it without and it was really very good. I had chilli penne on hand so I used that instead. It was very tasty! Enjoyable weeknight meal! Great spice! Will likely make it again.

Very quick and easy
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01/22/2014
Anonymous

This pasta dish was delicious! I didn't have the tomatoes so I substituted spaghetti sauce and swapped plain Greek yogurt for the sour cream. It was fantastic! Looking forward to eating leftovers for lunch today!

Healthy with lots of flavor!
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