This recipe came from Southern Living, way back in 1987. This is my favorite tetrazzini recipe. A great way to use up leftover chicken or turkey. Also, I often find myself with extra pasta...this is a great way to use that up as well!
This is the only way I can get kids to eat zucchini, and the adults enjoy it as well. It really is good; it was included in the school cookbook at the request of my daughter. This recipe is a request at all my holiday meals. Try it, and I think your family will like it!
To get the best flavor from this salad, you should chill it for 8 hours before serving to give the flavors more time to blend. From the Hilton Head Hospital's cookbook, Hilton Head, SC. Prep and cook time does not include the chill time.
A little twist on chicken cacciatore. This tastes best with bone in chicken pieces, but sometimes I like to substitute a mix of boneless breasts and thighs just because it is easier to eat (plus it cuts out some calories).
This recipe combines the ingredients of my Mom's dressing, and turns it into a casserole for anytime of year. Bring Thanksgiving into your home anytime of year! Cooking time does not include cook time for the cornbread or chicken...if making it at the same time, increase the cook time by 25 - 30 minutes. If you'd like you can use 2/3 cornbread and 1/3 biscuits.
Kid approved chicken & dumplings made in the crockpot, with easy ingredients to throw into the crockpot in the morning before work. My son says this is as good as his Grandma's, so it must be pretty good! Note: Prep time does not include cooking the chicken...use already prepared chicken.
This is a very easy and tasty chicken dish, thanks to the wonderful creamy mustard sauce. To make the dish richer,use margarine or butter instead of the cooking spray. You can also use whipping cream instead of the fat-free half and half. You can use any type of mushroom, depending on your preference. I like baby bellas.
This recipe combines some of my favorites! Chicken, avocado, monterey jack cheese, and green onions! This makes some great baked chicken. Just make sure you pound your chicken breasts so they are an even thickness so it all gets done at one time. My grocery store sells chicken breasts cut thinly that I like to use for this and eliminate the pounding. :) I also like to eat these on sandwiches, and add the toppings to the sandwiches.
This is a delicious and quick recipe using pre-cooked chicken. Great for a weeknight dinner. Use your own pre-cooked chicken, or buy a deli-roasted chicken...both yield about 3 cups of cooked chicken. Featured in Southern Living's 40 Years of Our Best Recipes cookbook as a "Quick & Easy" recipe. From some of the reviews, I think it isn't as quick and easy as they would like :).
This is a weekly request at my house. These enchiladas have a white creamy sauce instead of the traditional tomato based sauce. I've been asked for this recipe over and over again, so I thought I would post it. I love Mexican foods, and I think this is a wonderful dish. I hope you do too!
This chicken hash is great for using up leftovers, and tastes great. It can be served in pastry cups (add a little cooking sherry to make it "fancier"), over cornbread waffles, or with fried eggs on top. I've even seen it served over rice. You can use it for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, depending on how you present it! Very economical dish.
In India, this recipe is known as malai murgh. The chicken simmers in a thick, spicy coconut sauce. If you want to use skinless chicken, you can, but please use bone in for best flavor. Wonderful for serving with Chapati, Indian flat bread.
Although there are several chicken in mustard sauce recipes here on Zaar, I couldn't find one with these exact ingredients. I just love it, and the recipe makes enough sauce that you can enjoy it over noodles or rice. Although one of my favorite things is to have a nice crusty loaf of bread to sop up the sauce. From the Junior League of Phoenix.
The saffron, chicken, and rice flavor of Chicken in Pepitoria is reminiscent of the famous Spanish paella. In paella, however, rice cooks together with all the meats and vegetables in a special shallow round paella pan. From Classical International Recipes. Posted for ZWT!