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Leftover chicken ideas

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Gillian76 Tue 16-Aug-05 23:57:11

Bought an extra large chicken in Tesco today so consequently have half of it left over.

What shall I turn it into for dinner tomorrow evening??? Oh and DD2 is allergic to dairy products!

Gillian76 Wed 17-Aug-05 13:49:23

Anyone?

Or is this just tooooo boring a thread???

Hattie05 Wed 17-Aug-05 13:50:17

I had lots of lovely ideas until i read that your ddis allergic to dairy! now i'm stumped!

What about a nice chicken and avocado salad on this lovely sunny day?

waterfalls Wed 17-Aug-05 13:52:04

chicken omellete (sp?)

Hattie05 Wed 17-Aug-05 13:53:10

very dairy though watefalls

MrsDoolittle Wed 17-Aug-05 13:55:22

Chicken risotto.
It's so easy, I wouldn't use arborio rice, basmati will do.

waterfalls Wed 17-Aug-05 13:55:22

Whoops, did'nt read that post.

SaintGeorge Wed 17-Aug-05 13:55:38

Make a sauce of tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, any other veg you fancy. Add shredded chicken and heat thoroughly.

Serve with rice.

Gillian76 Wed 17-Aug-05 14:00:26

Mmm risotto sounds nice.

Thanks, Hattie, it's pouring down here!

MrsDoolittle Wed 17-Aug-05 14:01:27

Very sunny here too

Gillian76 Wed 17-Aug-05 14:03:28

How far into the cooking would you add the chicken, Mrs D?

MrsDoolittle Wed 17-Aug-05 14:29:50

Well assuming the chicken is cooked and straight out of the fridge, I'd say when the rice was nearly ready.
I'd probably drop in soem frozen peas before that too.

MrsDoolittle Wed 17-Aug-05 14:32:15

OR
Lightly fry the chicken with onion and maybe garlic before adding it to the rice. I'm assuming that the rice is fully cooked and seasoned.
I love seasoning risottos, I grab anything at hand, white wine vinegar, lemon, salt and pepper, fresh parsley at the end, maybe a touch of white wine?

moondog Wed 17-Aug-05 14:35:18

Coronation chicken? (Use dairyfree mayo,curry powder,lemon juice and sultanas.)

Hattie05 Wed 17-Aug-05 15:45:43

Sorry Gillian

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