What's the Most Impressive Dish even an Idiot Can Cook for a Girl He Lied To About Being a Chef?

Chicken alfredo. Bitches love chicken alfredo.

Easy recipe. You will need:
2 chicken breasts
1/2 pint heavy whipping cream
1 small container (4-6 ounces) shredded parmesan cheese
1 1/2 sticks butter
A spoonful of garlic (get a jar of pre-diced garlic)
1 box fettuccini noodles
Salt and pepper

Cut the chicken into bite-sized pieces.
Put some water in a large pot. Add a sprinkle of salt to the water. Turn it on high to get the water boiling.
Set out one fry pan for the chicken and one small pot or saucepan for the alfredo sauce.

You are essentially doing 3 things at once here - cooking the noodles, frying the chicken, and making the alfredo sauce.

When the water is boiling, add the noodles and cook them following the directions on the box.

Put approximately half the butter (3/4 stick) in the fry pan and the other half in the saucepan. Turn the fry pan heat onto medium (about 5/10) and the saucepan heat to low (about 2/10). As the butter melts, swirl it around the pan a bit.

Put a nice spoonful of garlic (a heaping tablespoon) into the saucepan and stir it around some. Add the cheese and cream and stir it occasionally. Keep the heat low. You want the cheese to melt, but you don't want anything to burn or boil.

When the fry pan is hot, add the chicken. Turn up the heat just a little more (about 6/10). You will need to stir the chicken somewhat constantly to make it cook evenly. Fry it until the chicken is a nice golden brown, and add some salt and pepper in the last couple minutes of frying. If you're not sure whether the chicken is done or not, cut open one of the larger pieces to check. If your chicken is ready before the sauce and noodles, just turn the heat down low (1/10) and stir to keep it warm.

When the noodles are cooked and the sauce is sauce, strain the noodles in a colander. You can add a tablespoon of butter or olive oil to help keep the noodles from sticking together, but that's optional.

Put the noodles on the plate. Put the chicken on the noodles. Put the sauce over the chicken and noodles. If you really want to look like you know what you're doing (totally optional), add a small sprig of parsley to the side of the dish.

Also, follow u/no_talent_ass_clown's advice on the salad, bread, wine, and cake. That's good advice.

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