Advertisement

loader

Talk

Advanced search

Calling foodies: What can I do with left over chicken casserole 'jus'?

(9 Posts)
DrNortherner Sun 30-Sep-07 21:53:20

I made a chicken caserole and all the chicken got eaten. I ahve a pint jug left over full of the jus. It's delish and it's got onions, mushrooms and carrots in it.

I thuoght I'l keep that and use it, but now I'm wondering what to do with it?

Thanks

moondog Sun 30-Sep-07 21:54:37

Eat it as it is like soup?
Fry up some more chicken and bacon and use like stock?

popsycal Sun 30-Sep-07 21:54:43

make soup

<I have 2 big pans of leek and potato soups cooling.....>

Whooosh Sun 30-Sep-07 21:54:52

Use it to make soup or freeze and keep as base for gravy ....

prufrock Sun 30-Sep-07 21:57:15

erm, its soup innit? add some bread and you have a meal.

Or, if you want to make it more substantial, cook some tiny pasta shapes in it, orzo, or troife, or macaroni. Or you could use it to cook cous-cous (drain of liquid, boil and add to cous cous, leave to swell then top with the solid bits

popsycal Sun 30-Sep-07 21:57:51

fry up an onion and add a pint f vegetable stock and put your stuff in. add some potatoes. bring to boil then simmer for 30 mins

yum

popsycal Sun 30-Sep-07 21:58:16

or use it to make risotto

DrNortherner Sun 30-Sep-07 21:58:37

I thought of soup but it seems a bit rich.

Maybe I'll reduce it.....

Thanks smile

lilolilmanchester Mon 01-Oct-07 11:10:40

Roast some chicken thighs & potatoes, cook some veg and use jus as gravy. Instant roast dinner! Freeze jus if you don't want to have chicken again just yet.

Join the discussion

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now