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  • Rainah Blaize

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  • Rashawn Schneider

    Creamy Cajun Chicken Pasta #yummy food #food #Great Food

  • Abbie Lynne Smith

    Creamy Cajun Chicken Pasta. This wasn't too bad, but I think I made the texture a bit weird by using milk and cornstarch in place of the heavy whipping cream. The flavor was good though, but I might try another cajun pasta recipe next time.

  • Susan Campbell

    Creamy Cajun Chicken Pasta... Made this for dinner, Bishop loved it! Me not so much. idk how I would fix it next time, but he said he would eat it again and had 3 plates of it. So idk. Lol.

  • Sammie Bamford

    Creamy Cajun Chicken Pasta Recipe | Key Ingredient...I love red lobsters Cajun chicken Alfredo and Im hoping this is similar #pasta #recipe #dinner #recipes

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