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    Roasted chicken (or turkey) leftovers

    Great recipes to use leftover chicken from a roasted or crockpot chicken. Many of these recipes freeze well, so your preperation goes even farther. Thanksgiving Turkey leftovers? Rejoice!
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    65 Reviews |  By Tish

    Easy to put together casserole for a future dinner on the run!

    Recipe #84030

    53 Reviews |  By Marie

    A great use for leftover chicken or turkey. Uses no Cream of Whatever soup. A creamy wonderful one dish meal of chicken, rice 'n peas, topped off with a mixture of bread crumbs and Parmesan cheese and baked until golden brown.

    Recipe #118072

    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

    32 Reviews |  By Fluffy

    Try this easy wrap when you have left over chicken.

    Recipe #58917

    32 Reviews |  By Derf

    This salad makes a very nice packed lunch for work or a picnic.

    Recipe #18095

    A casserole for the nights you have to get a good meal on the table in a hurry. I love casseroles that use good ingredients and is a recipe that you can change to your own taste. You could add some other vegetables to this one. I just love the Dutch-Amish recipes.

    Recipe #24678

    I printed this off Ortega's web-site. The creator was a finalist in their 2002 cooking contest. It is REALLY good and really easy. My additions are a can of hominy (because I love it!) and shredded Monty Jack to top the soup. Great with tortilla chips!

    Recipe #50704

    27 Reviews |  By Lorac

    A delightful summer main dish. The cakes can be made ahead and frozen. Make small cakes to serve as an appetizer. This recipe is from our special friends - Ray and Anita. They were our next door neighbors for 23 years. Our children grew up with 2 sets of parents.

    Recipe #64246

    25 Reviews |  By Roosie

    The Whole Foods here makes this *wonderful* chicken salad- but for $8/lb!!! This tastes about exactly the same for far less money.

    Recipe #65162

    No cooking the manicotti, so that's the easy part. Sometimes I will add some frozen chopped spinach, cooked and squeezed dry. A real easy meal!

    Recipe #56784

    24 Reviews |  By Rach2

    I got this recipe from a Campbell's soup cookbook. It is quick and easy to throw together after a long day at work.

    Recipe #97946

    My family really likes these. Sometimes I will triple the recipe and put away lots of them in the freezer for quick meals later. You can vary the ingredients using different cheese or ground beef, etc. It makes about 8-10 chimichangas.

    Recipe #53484

    This is a recipe I developed from an idea that I found in a goofy 'Working Woman's Cookbook' that my Mom gave me after my first daughter was born in 1981. I found it to be a lifesaver because we were so low on cash and I could use cheap ingredients and leftover meat. I've changed the original recipe so much that I'm not going to even give it credit, as far as naming the book. I've used just about any type of meat in this that you can imagine. I even used leftover Christmas goose one year! Our favorites though are turkey and ham, but chicken is great in this as well. Do this by 'feel', you don't want it to be too 'eggy' or the patties will spread too much in the pan. The sauce is really easy to double as the ingredients are all in 'ones'....one cup of broth to one tablespoon of soy sauce to one tablespoon of cornstarch to one tablespoon of water. The original recipe called for lots of canned ingredients but I use fresh when I have the time and inclination. When I do use the fresh, I parboil the bean sprouts and saute the mushrooms a bit, but don't use any oil. I suggest doubling the sauce recipe and serving this with whatever type of rice you like. I've tried doing this in a non-stick skillet with spray on oil but it just doesn't work, the patties fall apart. This freezes really well and I'm adding my tips for that. My kids have been after me to post this recipe, they must think I'm going to die soon, or something.

    Recipe #107500

    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

    I found this recipe when searching for a recipe to use up some leftover grilled chicken breast. Plus it can be put together early in the day, then cooked for dinner.

    Recipe #101284

    This is a delicious treat to serve your guests. Another entry in the RSC Winter 2005 contest. Serve on your prettiest plates with hot garlic bread for a really special lunch! Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #116476

    15 Reviews |  By Babs7

    My biggest challenge with these wraps is not eating all the cilantro pesto with chips before I can get them rolled up. Perhaps you will be more disciplined. If not, make a double batch of the pesto so you can snack without consequences. These a great healthy lunch, and are also pretty cut into slices and served as an appetizer.

    Recipe #53526

    Easy and my kids love this.

    Recipe #34708

    12 Reviews |  By E.A.

    Got this recipe about 8 years ago. It's received many compliments! Can be made the night before and kept in the fridge until ready to put into the oven.

    Recipe #78163

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