This is a recipe I have created for the RSC Contest for Winter 2005. I have made it a couple of times, modifying it some the second time. It is good served with pasta and vegetables. I hope you enjoy it. I think it will be low in calories also.
This was my grandmother's recipe. She was a preacher's wife and frequently entertained and/or participated in pot-lucks. It makes enough to fill 2 casserole dishes. My family and others who have eaten it always love it. I usually use one casserole to serve when I have company and freeze a smaller one to use later with just the family.
I have had this recipe for many years, and do not remember where I originally got it. The dressing really sets the salad off, adding a wonderful sweet and sour tang to the salad. This salad makes an attactive, colorful place setting. Pleasing to the eye and palate. Preparation time does not include cooking the chicken.
This is a good company as well as family dish that I have served for 15 years. I tripled the recipe and had a "dinner for 10" a week ago. It was a hit. I am posting this at the request of my guests. There is NO SOUP in this dish. But the ingredients and steps are SIMPLE and EASY for an elegant tasting meal. Your choice whether to use the chicken with/without bones and skin.
This dish was served to me at a friend's house. I loved it so she gave me her recipe. This can be made a day ahead, refrigerated and then baked right before serving. The preparation time on this could be cut by using canned chicken, (or cooking boneless pieces), and using canned chicken broth.
This recipe originally came from my old cookbook on American Casseroles. This one dish can make a nice meal by itself. Recipe serves 14. Nice for company - goes a long way. Once the chicken is cooked and cut into pieces - the recipe goes together very fast.
Joining Recipezaar has caused me to start going back through old recipes and discovering old favorites that have "gotten lost" through the years. This is an old one that I got from a friend after eating it at her house and enjoying it. Italian food is always enjoyed at my house.
This was one of my favorite recipes when I was in Weight Watchers. My teenage son also likes this very much and frequently still requests that I make it. I am posting it because I do not want to lose this recipe, and it had been misplaced for a few months and just found again today. This recipe is written for 1 person, but ingredients can be increased as needed.
This is another recipe I was given at a Weight Watcher's meeting. It is very tasty and has remained a favorite of ours. Recipe is for 1 person - but can easily be increased to the number you are serving.