Chicken Linguine Alfredo Recipe – $1.30 per plate
Chicken Linguine Alfredo recipe for only $1.30 per plate. Easy and frugal dinner recipe in only 30 minutes.
- filter your own water with a water filtration pitcher (with this system we spend only $4 for the whole month on drinking water for the whole family)
- cut the required amount of meat for your recipe in half (or cook every other meal meatless)
- really compare prices between grocery stores and make it a habit to shop at the cheapest (ALDI is definitely our top pick)
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Chicken Linguine Alfredo Recipe
Adding more broccoli to the chicken Alfredo will substitute a part of the meat. Using only 1 chicken breast and a whole bag of broccoli makes this Alfredo dinner healthier and cheaper to prepare.
Cost of the Chicken Alfredo Recipe
1 chicken breast ($1.30)
3 cups milk ($0.33)
1 bag broccoli fresh ($1.99)
8 oz. shredded Colby-Monterey Jack cheese ($1.66)
1/2 cup heavy cream ($0.40)
1/2 cup parmesan shredded ($0.40)
linguine organic ($1.19)
The meal costs around $7.67, which equals $1.28 if you serve 6 normal sized plates or $1.92 for 4 large sized servings.
How to prepare the Frugal Chicken Linguine Alfredo Recipe
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I am using 1 chicken breast for the recipe and usually there are 3 chicken breasts in one pack. You can freeze the rest to use later.