You could hear the lunch bell ring from all the way over at the barn. Dong! Dong! Dong! "It's time for lunch!" Jerry shouted. He jumped down off the tractor and headed for the old pickup truck. "Whata we having?" yelled Bubba. Dennis smiled, "We having that lip smacking good chicken with that sauce!" Everyone piled into the back of the truck and made their way to the table, it was piled high with tasty chicken, sauce in a gravy ladle and some nice red tomatoes. Hurry up and pass that down here...Granddad boldly nodded. Feel free to add the sauce to potatoes or vegetables as suggested by Jen T who must be a genius! Thanks, Jen!
But most of all *enjoy* and gather around the table and rest a spell.
A very different turn on a potpie, don't be afraid that you'll rip the phyllo sheets, it's of no matter--great recipe to get the kids involved in! Use a spoon to serve the filling and 1 phyllo bundle for each serving. TIP: Use plastic wrap to roll up and tightly rewrap any leftover phyllo and refrigerate it for up to a week.
I found a delightful little box in my bottom turnaround. It was labeled recipes. I sifted through and separated all the hand written ones. This us another of my mothers, oddly enough I don't remember it, but it will be tried soon I'll report back.
** On request - the chicken should be diced into very small pieces and it should be able to go in raw and cook through in the 60 minutes but should you prefer, cooked may be used **
I just made this tonight, with barely anything in the cupboard. I served it up with some crescent rolls and use a bag of Uncle Ben's garlic butter rice. If you use regular rice, I suggest putting two tablespoons butter and some garlic powder in with your rice while it simmers. Feel free to add a bag of frozen veggies in. I normally don't buy them except for specific things, so I didn't have them.
This is not hard to make, chop the peppers and onions ahead of time. The recipe may be doubled, but cook the chicken in 4 batches instead of 2, don't make the mistake of cooking all of the chicken at once!
This may be a first for RecipeZaar - two recipes in one! I had leftovers from the Herbed Chicken with no takers (if you know what I mean). This is delicious hot, but leftovers lose its appeal. Hating to see food go to waste, I created an out-of-this world recipe for Herbed Chicken Salad. (From now on, I WILL make sure I have leftovers for the chicken salad.) I doubled the original Herbed Chicken recipe to accommodate the chicken salad. If you like traditional chicken and chicken salad, search elsewhere. This is for those who are looking for unique flavors.
I first saw these "tortured" chickens served at a bar-b-q. Lined up on a serving platter, beer cans still in place! Talk about a conversation starter!The dry rub sounds bizarre, but I guarantee the proportions blend into a delicious combination.
This is real comfort food. A family favorite. If you can, buy the fresh mozzarella. You won't believe the difference and it's worth it. The texture isn't rubbery like the typical mozzarella. I got it from watching an Emeril show on the Food Network.
This is a very versatile recipe. It calls for cream of mushroon soup but I make it with cream of chicken or cream of celery. It calls for mixed vegetables but I have made it with frozen corn, or green beans or peas. I use 2 boxes of stuffing mix because we like lots of stuffing.
This will also work great with turkey; if you do not have chicken breasts, then use any leftover cooked chicken. If desired you can fill the crescents just with the filling mixture and omit the soup, just brush with butter before baking. They are wonderful just stuffed with the filling! A few members have experienced a soggy bottom, so you might want to consider just drizzling half (or even a little less) of the soup mixture on top and a little around the sides of the crescents, then save the rest of the soup mixture for another time (this will help prevent a soggy bottom). You may use the jumbo crescent rolls and stuff with more chicken mixture :)
My friend Christy and I were watching some movies one night and at intermission, decided it was dinner time. Her little boy, Damian was quite the picky tyke and we knew that feeding him would be what we based our meal on. Well, this was something we'd been meaning to try, so we gave it a go. Four adult and two little thumbs up! Easy, one large skillet, and not a lot of dishes to wash. It was also quick. This is something to throw together after working in the field all day too.