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    59 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is a great way to use leftover cooked turkey or chicken. It's also an easy one dish casserole that everyone in the family enjoys. The recipe started life as a Cooking Light recipe in a recent issue. I made modifications to suit our taste.

    Recipe #57505

    Left over turkey,white or dark meat, and left over Sausage stuffing, frozen to enjoy in April.

    Recipe #117129

    This is a wonderful and simple to prepare comfort food using things you probably already have around. Kids love it- but so do adults. At least, in this home. Try it. It is one of my quick and easy favorites. This is my first submitted recipe... be kind.

    Recipe #110047

    Adapted from Woman's Day magazine. I changed all of the ingredients to lower fat versions, but the original called for the full fat stuff, so by all means use whichever you prefer. Good way to use up a little leftover corn and chicken. If you prefer to not buy pre-bagged salad, just add a little shredded red cabbage,carrots, and sliced radishes to your favorite salad greens. You may also sub any type of cooked beans you prefer - chickpeas, kidney beans, black-eyed peas, etc. Shredded leftover pork or turkey would also be nice in this.

    Recipe #90442

    6 Reviews |  By PamMal

    Here is another one that doens't last long at our house. Everyone loves it. A nice green salad or green beans go well with this. For my make ahead weekends, I prep the chicken and ham and combine with the cheese and freeze. Prep time does not include time to cook ham and chicken. The day to cook - just defrost in the refridgerator while I'm at work - and then make the sauce while the oven preheats. Leftovers are rare at our house but boy are they good!

    Recipe #411270

    This comes from a Pam Anderson recipe. I love creamy pastas like alfredos, etc... but don't like all the fat. This recipe is a great solution. By using 2 percent evaporated milk, instead of heavy cream, the fat content is cut considerably. The flavor and consistency is still wonderful, in my opinion. I love this recipe because: it's lower in fat; you can use left-over chicken (or cooked rotisserie chicken); cooking the broccoli in the same pot as the pasta saves an extra pot to wash, it's an easy one-dish meal! There are many variations you could try with this recipe, too. Notes: 1.this recipe calls for diced tomatoes - if you'd prefer a more traditional alfredo-type sauce, I think you could probably omit the tomatoes and it would be just fine. 2. Also, if you like your pasta spicier you could add more red pepper flakes than the amount called for. 3. I find it very helpful to have all my ingredients prepped/chopped and ready before I start cooking - especially for this recipe. 4. Make sure you reserve about a cup of the pasta cooking water - it helps to thin out the finished product, if necessary. Have fun and enjoy!

    Recipe #321548

    This is nice, I have used ordinary roast chicken. CHICKEN AND PINEAPPLE SALAD WITH CURRY MAYONNAISE

    Recipe #139

    Very easy. Very good.

    Recipe #90533

    7 ww points. A different spin on "chicken and rice." This is a very easy and tasty dish to make. To kick up the heat a little, try using a spicy tomatoes and green chilies. This is from WW's Simply the Best cookbook from 1997.

    Recipe #273581

    I have been unable to eat mayonnaise for the past few months so I decided to try something else. I love padhi chicken so I add that and a few other things and there was the perfect no-fat sandwich.

    Recipe #302832

    Found this in the Kraft Foods magazine, so of course, you should use their brand of salad dressing.

    Recipe #386414

    I got this Buffalo chicken dip recipe from a respiratory therapist at the hospital where I work. He brought it to a party and everyone asked for the recipe. I appreciate all the reviews that have been written about this recipe since I posted it so long ago. I see more and more that people are making it with freshly cooked chicken - great idea. I also like the idea of using rotisserie chicken. The original recipe used canned chicken for convenience, but I agree with all of you that the fresher meat tastes better. Barb P.S. Thank you to everyone who has reviewed this recipe. I love it, too, and it makes me feel so good that so many of you have enjoyed it. Thanks again.

    Recipe #79116

    This is great as a main dish or accompanying your favorite Oriental meal.

    Recipe #8594

    While I have dozens of chicken salad recipes I made this last night for a church supper and put it at the top of my list favorites. The honey and Dijon mustard really make this salad stand out. We use a slice of white and a slice of wheat bread to make the sandwiches, and also cut them into fourths making triangles. Serving these on a pretty platter, point side up makes for a great presentation.

    Recipe #244976

    Such an easy, economical and nothing fancy schmancy or new type of recipe. An absolute favorite of my toddler granddaughters...and Grandpa too!

    Recipe #374979

    From Oxygen Magazine - Fall 2008

    Recipe #380692

    1 Reviews |  By Badwolf

    Tender rotisserie chicken, sharp cheddar cheese, spring onions and seasonings come together to make an outstanding appetizer or even a main course!

    Recipe #380695

    5 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    I was searching for recipes using dried blueberries, and I found this one on the website of Michigan Blueberry Growers Association. Prep time does not include chill time, but I think it is best after chilling for a couple of hours. Blueberries are full of antioxidants---eat up!

    Recipe #125605

    This recipe is based on Paula Deen's salad recipe that is posted, but I modified it so much that it's almost a totally different dish. My version is cooked and contains some different ingredients.

    Recipe #379827

    A very different dish, with an interesting combination of flavors. I found this recipe years ago when I had an abundance of avocados...sigh, those were the days. The extra toppings are your choice, I usually only use the peanuts and or bacon.

    Recipe #126119

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