Fallen's Low Fat and Fast Chicken Cacciatore
Fieryskies' Herb Chicken and rice
Fieryskies' Chicken Parmesan
fieryskies' Spaghetti and Meat Balls
Aile's Jambalaya
xaos' super-easy, i-dont-feel-like-cooking-tonight, chili cheese chicken
Kestrel’s Sausage Biscuits
The one and only Dave’s Mom's Chicken and Dumplins
Fallen's Mom's Sherry Mushroom Chicken
Winston's ridiculously easy chilli con carne...
lynne's fried rice with egg
Andy's Tarka Dahl Recipe
Glen's Vanilla Cream
xaos' greatgrandma's torte chocolat, a la patisserie
Xaos' potato knish
Xaos' greek dolmathes (a.k.a. "dolma" or "stuffed grape leaves")
Fallen's CHOCOLATE MOUSSE
Just Me's Banana Cream Cheese Pie
JSG’s In-a-pinch Mashed Potato Salad
Xaos' mushroom and chile chicken
Aile’s Apples and Onions Chicken
xaos' chicken cacciatore
xaos' THE BEST creamed potatoes. No, really.
Fallen's Chicken Soup
xaos' california fajitas
JSG's Pescado en Mojo De Ajo (Fish in Garlic Sauce)
xaos' broiled salmon with lemon-herb sauce
Xaos' Fruit Salsa
JSG’S Bailey's Irish Cream Cheesecake
JSG’s Arroz con Pollo
JSG'S Mexican Corn Casserole
JSG's Queso Dip
xaos' stuffed roast duckling
The Bachelor's way Sweet & Sour Chicken (Brought to you by JM)
Justme's Meatball Stew
JSG's Seafood Corn Chowder
Justme's Sausage-Chili Squares
No title … just yummy goodness
Slow Cooker Meat Sauce
A Valentine's Meal
Justme's Easy and Fast Cheesecake
Justme's Mexicalli Rice
Pancake Batter
Chocolate Cream Pie
Butterscotch Confetti
Oven Steak
Fallen's Chocolate Chip Cookies
Tacos
Sweet Salad of the Gods
Bob's Beans
Justme's Dump Cake
Tinypixie's Porcupine Meatballs
Vegetarian Roasted Potatoes
Summer Salad
Mexican Sushi
Seafood Pico
JSG'S Guacamole
Chicken Filling
Honey Mustard Chicken
Beef Barley Soup
   



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Sunday, January 25, 2004
Multi-Use Chicken

On the menu today:

Chicken Filling

Ingredients:

One package of precooked, seasoned chicken strips (Ready Cuts in Canada) Use Italian for pasta, Southern Pepper for Fajitas or Quesadillas.  (once you master this, you can switch to uncooked chicken cut into strips and your own seasoning)
1 large white onion, cut into small-ish pieces
1 pound of mushrooms, sliced or chopped.
1/2 of both red and green pepper, sliced
Cayenne, cajun garlic, powdered garlic, oregano, basil, salt, pepper, tabasco, Frank's Red Hot Sauce

Cook onions and mushrooms until onions soft and almost see through.  I use chicken stock to do most of my frying these days, but use whatever you want.  Once the onions are see through, add peppers and spices.  Let cook for a few minutes, then add chicken.  Warm chicken through if using the precooked, cook the chicken if using raw.

Once cooked:
This can be eaten with pasta - just warm up any jarred sauce and put on top of chicken.
This can be used as a quesadilla filling - warm up soft tortillas, place some filling on one half, top with a small amount of shredded cheese, fold other half over and put in oven on 200 or so for 7 minutes or until cheese melts (it doesn't take that long)
This can be used as a fajita filling - place chicken filling in tortilla, add other cold veggies and salsa, sour cream, maybe JSG's guacamole (see tomorrow's entry for instructions) wrap up and eat. 

Posted at 10:35 am by fallendarkness

 

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