Chicken and Artichoke Alfredo:
1 lb Chicken cut up and cooked (mine was actually 1.65lbs Tyson, I prefer more meat)
1 can/jar of Artichokes (I used a can this time)
1 jar of Alfredo sauce (I used Ragu this time)
1 box spaghetti noodles (or noodles of choice, we used whole grain, and not a full box)
Seasoning of choice ( I used a couple dashes of black pepper and couple dashes of Season All)
2 TBs Olive Oil
2 TBs Water
First after cutting up chicken to your liking, I did about 1 inch cubes, put olive oil and water in Fry pan or skillet, add chicken and seasoning. Start a sauce pan of about 6 qts water to boil, then cook noodles according to box directions. Drain Artichokes, and then cut into small pieces. When chicken is fully cooked add Artichokes, and Alfredo sauce. We add our noodles directly in, but you can choose to top the noodles. If you choose to top I would take olive oil or butter and stir it into the noodles so they do not stick.
Since I had most of these items on hand, I will do my best at remembering.
Tyson Chicken at Kroger $2.99 lb, $4.93 - $1 of MF coupon (shopped in Howell so Dbled) = $2.93 ( good deal)
Reese Artichoke Hearts Canned (Jarred and Canned come in dif flavors or none, I prefer none. I also do not use Fresh to much involved to prepare and did not like the out come) bought on Sale at Meijer 2/$5 no coupon, only bought one.
Ragu Alfredo (I never use the same type, I use cheapest or couponed, nor have I ever made Alfredo sauce), on sale at Meijer couple weeks ago for $.49 a jar.
Spaghetti Noodles, I used Rozoni Healthy harvest Whole Grain. These were on the clearance rack at Kroger (Brighton) fro $.79 and I know we had a coupon but we got these so very long ago (yes still good, they had a long shelf life left and we stocked up) I am thinking with coupon we paid about $.09 a box.
Seasonings I had all on hand so I will not even begin to figure that out.
I am guessing that you can get about 6 - 8 servings, however my guys eat bigger portions. I do know we had left overs.
My total came to $6.01 adding up what I put on here, even with my best guesses on some things I am positive I didn't spend much more. We seldom spend much on anything anymore.