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Chicken (Or Turkey) a La King

This is the Chicken a la King recipe from my first cookbook, a Betty Crocker version, circa 1980. The pages are dog eared and/or missing, full of rips and tears, and thoroughly used. I am submitting this recipe to keep it past the life of my old beloved cookbook. I have used this recipe for day after Thanksgiving turkey leftovers since I began making my own turkey. It's just as important now to my family as the Thanksgiving bird in its first form.

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  • Cook and stir mushrooms and green pepper in margarine or butter over medium heat 5 minutes, remove from heat.
  • Blend in flour, salt and pepper.
  • Cook over low heat, stirring constantly, until the mixture is bubbly; remove from heat.
  • Stir in instant bouillon, milk, water and reserved mushroom liquid.
  • Heat to boiling, stirring constantly.
  • Boil and stir 1 minute.
  • Stir in chicken and pimiento; heat through.
  • Serve over toast, hot mashed potatoes, waffles, rice or noodles.
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"This is the Chicken a la King recipe from my first cookbook, a Betty Crocker version, circa 1980. The pages are dog eared and/or missing, full of rips and tears, and thoroughly used. I am submitting this recipe to keep it past the life of my old beloved cookbook. I have used this recipe for day after Thanksgiving turkey leftovers since I began making my own turkey. It's just as important now to my family as the Thanksgiving bird in its first form."
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  1. Chef AprilAllYear
    This is the Chicken a la King recipe from my first cookbook, a Betty Crocker version, circa 1980. The pages are dog eared and/or missing, full of rips and tears, and thoroughly used. I am submitting this recipe to keep it past the life of my old beloved cookbook. I have used this recipe for day after Thanksgiving turkey leftovers since I began making my own turkey. It's just as important now to my family as the Thanksgiving bird in its first form.
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