8 Cajun Chicken Pasta Recipes to Spice Up Your Life
Looking for a delicious, easy, and crowd-pleasing way to spice up your next dinner? Your search ends here. These restaurant-worthy chicken pasta recipes are packed with Cajun flavor. Whether you're in the mood for a top-rated reader favorite (this Creamy Cajun Chicken Pasta has more than 2,000 five-star reviews), a comforting casserole (this Cajun Chicken Lasagna is a Southern twist on the Italian classic), or fun and flavorful mashup (Jambalasta, anyone?), you're going to want to bookmark this collection of Cajun chicken pasta recipes.
Creamy Cajun Chicken Pasta
"Try this when you are feeling daring and want to mix things up a bit," advises recipe creator Tammy Schill. "A Southern-inspired recipe that is sure to add a little fun to your dinner table."
Cajun Chicken Lasagna
This meaty lasagna is packed with chicken, andouille sausage, and a whole lot of flavor. If you want to save time, according to recipe creator SAIDANDDUNN, serve the meat mixture over fettuccine.
Ragin' Cajun Pasta
It's easy to adapt this loaded pasta to suit whatever ingredients you already have in your pantry. This quick pasta comes together in about half an hour, so it's perfect for busy weeknights.
One-Pot Cajun Chicken and Sausage Alfredo Pasta
"It is so simple to make and absolutely packed with flavor," says recipe creator Christine. "Tender chunks of chicken with smoky pieces of sausage in a rich and delicious homemade Cajun-flavored Alfredo sauce."
Here's the comfort food mashup we never knew we needed. This fun dish takes the smoky and spicy flavors of jambalaya and combines them with crowd-pleasing linguine.
Herb and Chicken Pasta
Cajun Chicken and Sausage Pasta
This spicy, restaurant-worthy dinner for two is absolutely perfect for date night. But, if you're serving a crowd, you can easily multiply this recipe to accomodate more people.
Lemon Chicken and Veggie Pasta
"This can be a little spicy depending on the heat of the chiles in the can," says recipe creator Kim Hampton. "Ro-Tel tends to be milder than Hatch brand. You can also substitute asparagus, zucchini, and Cajun seasoning with broccoli, snap peas, and ginger for an Asian flavor."