This is quick and easy using Bisquick and a rotisserie chicken. There's no veggies here, but feel free to add what you like. Also we individually season our portions, according to what we'd like. Try a ground pepper blend, or smoked paprika, or dry chipotle seasoning, or a lemon herb blend.
I had a look at some of the other recipes like this on Recipezaar but mine is a little different so here it is. Occasionally we will have a roast turkey as a treat and this is what I make with the leftovers. I haven't made it with chicken yet but I'm sure it is just as tasty as with the turkey. It is also kid friendly, my 17 month old daughter will eat this no problem. (Cooking time includes 10 mins approx for cooking of rice)
This golden, healthy, thick, rich and creamy low fat soup is made with no butter or oil, milk or cheese added. I made this using left over chicken breast, white rice and Recipe #205074 (golden in color) also the potatoes add the golden color along with the turmeric.
Got this one off a box of barley. The original recipe was just "Hot Barley Casserole" so I added a bit to it. Nothing fancy here - just yummy chicken and good chewy barley. The original recipe didn't have much in the way of seasonings - I usually add some thyme or sage or other herbs.
These yummy chicken packets are quick and easy to make and can be frozen ahead of time! I found this somewhere online, but can't remember where.
Cooking time does not include time to cook the chicken beforehand.
I found this recipe on the back of a box of barley and thought it was a winner. I've tweaked it a bit, naturally, and expect you to do the same. (Recipes are like the pirate code, right? "Mostly guidelines")
This is the recipe on the back of the Bisquick Box. I know similar recipies are here, but my box has different amounts of chicken and vegetables. I wanted to put it on Zaar for safe keeping, and to get the nutritional info for my recipie, which is slightly different.
This is NOT "authentic" or "Greek", but a really tasty QUICK and hearty soup for lunch. I THINK it may have been in a very early edition of Quick Cooking. The chicken is optional, but if you happen to have leftovers, adds to satisfaction.
This recipe didn't use to strike me as rich but, after having made it today, I think it is. It's good, but you'll want to serve something crunchy and fresh with it, like a salad or fruit for dessert. The cheddar crust is essential for the finished overall flavor.
I first made these for my family while I was in my teens. They are so different and delicious, that I have made them now for three decades. It's a great way to use leftover chicken or, particularly, turkey.