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Easy to make and a great way to use up leftover chicken. This recipe has a lot of great tastes going on. Came from a blog site.

Recipe #382663

I think this would be rather nice in wraps or rotis as well! Zaar insists on calling my 'poppadoms', 'pappadams' .. I don't know why ... From Readers Digest "Quick And Thrifty Cooking In South Africa"

Recipe #398837

This is a quick and easy recipe to use up an leftover chicken, this is also good with leftover turkey too. For brilliant yellow rice sub 1/2 teaspoon tumeric for the saffron if desired! Adjust all the amounts (except the rice and liquids) to taste.

Recipe #167122

4 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

A great casserole with sun-dried tomatoes and artichoke hearts. Easy to prepare in your oven. Goes nicely with a loaf of Italian bread and a glass of wine.

Recipe #83046

29 Reviews |  By KelBel

From Cooking Light April 2005. A delicious twist on chicken salad.

Recipe #132645

Looking for new life for your leftover turkey? Here it is! I believe I found this in Good Housekeeping.

Recipe #55267

This is a nice use of leftover turkey, gives it a totally different taste. Vary the amount of creole seasoning according to how spicy you like it. Use any commercial blend, or you can use my recipe posted here on 'zaar.

Recipe #221411

The original of this recipe was much higher in fat (though this ain't diet food lol) and much more complicated. I have streamlined it, and I don't think it loses flavor...and I'm much more likely to make it this way. It's still spicy, just not tomato-y.

Recipe #256436

The unusual thing in this recipe is the caraway seeds in the biscuit crust. It adds a really nice flavor that blends well with the turkey. I always make this with my holiday turkey leftovers. You can sub chicken if you wish.

Recipe #221413

4 Reviews |  By ugogirl

Greetings! I'm a brand new member to Zaar. Without a doubt, this is the "best" recipe site on the net. I am in awe at the amount of wonderful things to cook and bake. I thought I would start out with one of my simple recipes. Here is an easy skillet meal to help use up all that leftover holiday turkey we all have. Of course, you can substitute chicken or pork also.

Recipe #104769

I found this recipe while browsing through my Betty Crocker cookbook and thought it sounded tasty. I love that you don't have to pre-cook the pasta. The original recipe called for curry powder but I also like it with chili powder for something totally different (if using chili powder, you will want to double the amount). Also a good use for that leftover holiday turkey!

Recipe #217187

This light and refreshing Vietnamese Chicken Salad is really quick to make. It can be eaten alone as a light meal or served as a main meal, over steamed rice. Because I don't like my food too spicy, I omit the chilli, but I've left it in the ingredients listed. Some will no doubt want to increase the spiciness. When serving it to others, I've doubled the recipe and made two versions: one spicy, one not. And been very careful not to mix them up, by putting them in colour-coded serving bowls! Both versions have been eaten with enthusiasm, both by those who are familiar with Vietnamese cuisine and those who are not. Adapted from Lulu Grimes' book "Food: buy it fresh: Cook: cook it simply; Eat: eat it now". If you are serving this salad to guests, and planning ahead, it's worth going to an Asian greengrocer's and buying the authentic ingredients.

Recipe #121519

This is one of our favorite summer salads--add a mixed fruit or veggie salad and some crusty rolls and you have an easy, do-ahead meal! This also would be a good luncheon salad--think showers, graduation parties, reunions, pot lucks, etc. Originally from a May 1993 Bon Appetit.

Recipe #64529

31 Reviews |  By Kimke

This is another delicious pizza that originated at the California Pizza kitchen. Love it!!!

Recipe #62778

Tired of sandwiches for lunch? Try these little pies instead. They freeze well and pack in lunch sacks well. Make them smaller for appetizers.

Recipe #21623

Quinoa, a basic food of the Incas, is high in protein and a good source of calcium.

Recipe #171104

I found this in one of my 365 meals cookbooks. This looks easy and yummy. I'll be making it sometime this week.

Recipe #153260

These quesadillas are perfect for dinnertime, lunchtime - even party time!" And easy to make. I got this recipe from Crisco.

Recipe #119812

2 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

Exotic and spicy! A good accompaniment would be fresh fruit or a side of couscous.

Recipe #24988

I found this tasty recipe in a package of flour tortillas. Great way to use up leftover poultry!

Recipe #17200

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