Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Classico Gluten Free Pasta Sauces - Alfredo Sauces

Classico has the best tasting Gluten Free Pasta and Alfredo sauces I have had. Their Roasted Red Pepper Alfredo sauce is especially good. Here is how I put it together.

1 lb. Chicken Tenders or Chicken stirfry pieces (make sure it doesn't have any seasonings on it)
1 Jar Classico Roasted Red Pepper Alfredo Sauce
1/4 C Frozen Peas
1 C Frozen Fajita Vegetable Mix of Red, Yellow, Green and Orange Peppers and Sliced Onions (Make sure it has NO seasonings in it.)
1/4 C Cooked and Chopped Prosciutto or Bacon
2T Oil Split into 1 T increments
4 T Water or Chicken Broth Split into 2 T increments
Salt and Pepper to taste

Heat Oil in a skillet on Medium High. Meanwhile rinse chicken and pat to dry. Salt and Pepper and place in oil, don't over crowd you want to get a nice sear and brown. Once it is browned pour 2 T of water into pan and cover immediately. Turn heat down to Medium Low and Let it steam.After about 3-5 min. uncover and remove meat to rest. Mean while add additional oil and turn heat up to Med High. Once hot add in Fajita Vegetable mix. Once vegetables are soften add peas and prosciutto and then add 2 T water. Use whisk to stir up yummy chicken bits. Then add Alfredo sauce and turn Heat to low to warm sauce. Add chicken back in and once sauce is bubbling serve over pasta. Tinkyada brand pasta is the best.


  1. I am on a 30 day diet to see if I have celiacs for sure. I saw your dad yesterday and I was wondering if you had any hair products you use that are gluten free.

  2. I haven't looked into hair products yet, but I will be because I have noticed that Herbal Essence and Patene Pro V both make my scalp break out. I am going to look into their ingredients to see if that is the reason. If you find out anything let me know and I will post it. Thanks,

  3. Also if you have any foods or recipes you are missing let me know and I will help you find a replacement food or recipe.