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What can I do with boiled chicken breasts?

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HeadlessGummyBears Tue 24-Jan-17 08:21:42

Just that really smile

cauliwobbles Tue 24-Jan-17 08:27:43

Coronation chicken on a jacket potato.

Mayo, curry powder, slithers of almonds, sultanas and voila. Or just buy the Stokes one which is amazing.

Destinysdaughter Tue 24-Jan-17 08:32:31

Make a pie! Chopped mushrooms, tin of Campbells condensed mushroom soup, cut the chicken up, simmer in pan for 5 mins, then put in pie dish with puff pastry, takes 5 mins, cook for approx 35 mins yum!

AtleastitsnotMonday Tue 24-Jan-17 18:43:31

Add cooked peppers and onions with some hot salsa and cheese and make quasedillas.
Add bacon, chopped peppers, spring onions and mayo and stir through cold cooked pasta for a simple pasta salad. Serve on a bed of fresh raw spinach.

1frenchfoodie Tue 24-Jan-17 20:03:00

Shred and combine with egg noodles, finely julienned carrots, celery and cucumber and a tahini, soy and ginger dressing. Thin dressing with a little chicken stock / the water the chicken was bolied in.

Teapot13 Tue 24-Jan-17 20:07:07

Make fajitas -- shred the chicken, then saute an onion, add spices (salt and pepper, cumin, paprika, chili, a tiny bit of cinnamon or cocoa if you like, or a bit of oregano). Add a bit of tomato paste and maybe 1/2 c. water and the chicken. Let it mix and simmer a few minutes. Serve in wraps or over rice with a side of refried beans. On wraps I would do guacamole, salsa, sour cream.

flapinko Tue 24-Jan-17 21:20:29

Chicken Noodle Soup - I made this tonight with rice noodles - it was surprisingly yummy:

Also, this is one is nice for leftover chicken - easy to make crowd-pleaser, you can do with peas or spinach or broccoli if you don't have green beans:

diymania Tue 24-Jan-17 21:24:37

If you have too many you can slice and freeze. Then when you fancy a hot chicken sandwich/wrap or chicken noodle soup or a warm chicken salad you can just pop a few slices in a frying pan with a bit of oil to defrost and heat through.

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