Mom's Chicken Wiggle

"This is a good way to use up leftover chicken. My Mom used to make this, why she called it chicken wiggle I have no idea, I just know that when I came home from school and knew we were having this, I was in heaven. I have tried to figure it out as close as I can remember. For this you will need a batch of Hailey's Favorite Cheese Sauce, recipe #364959. This is good over toast, saltines (my favorite), or my girls favorite, broad egg noodles. The cook time roughly includes the cook time for the cheese sauce and the the final combo, not the time for cooking or cutting the ckicken."
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photo by Caroline Cooks
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  • 1 34 cups cheese sauce, Hailey's Favorite Cheese Sauce # 364959
  • 2 cups cooked chicken, cubed
  • 1 (10 ounce) package frozen peas, thawed and drained
  • Beds

  • saltines, toast or egg noodles


  • Prepare the cheese sauce per recipe.
  • While the sauce is still hot stir in the chicken and the peas. Heat long enough so the chicken and peas are heated through.
  • Serve hot over your choice of optional beds.

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  1. Super comfort food for a rainy Fall evening! Serves over some deli breaded chicken tenders with the peas sprinkled on top. Made for Fall PAC09.


<p>I love to cook. I'll try and cook anything once, truthfully, I've had some disasters. That is half of the fun. I like to cook for alot of people, cookouts, holiday dinners for friends and family, that sort of thing. I still enjoy doing the day to day stuff. My wife and girls are kind of picky eaters but they are starting to try differnet things. Since I lost my job I have more time to play in the kitchen. My pet peeve is watching a food commercial where the father is shown to be like a kitchen moron and has to do frozen or take out. I think alot of us dads could do circles around some of the women cooks. <br />My favorite pasttimes are fishing and miniature golf tournaments. Yes, miniature golf tournaments. Check out or I play with my girls and my brother plays in them now too. It's a blast and you get to meet some great people and play in Maine, Connecticut, or where ever you want to go, chances are there is a tournament near you and you don't even know it. We've been playing in them since 2005.</p>
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